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If you follow my blog, you’ll have read a post I wrote recently called Dear Apple – let me tell you where to stick your MagSafe 2 Plug. I wrote that blog after receiving my brand new, all singing, all dancing Macbook Air, only to find out that it has a new power adapter, rendering the 50 or so power supplies I already have useless without a 10-dollar converter. Now it seems that something similar may happen with the new iPhone 5. Reuters is quoting two unnamed sources as saying that the next generation iPhone will have a smaller dock connector than the one that’s been used for iPods, iPhones and iPads for the last nine years. If you’re a loyal Apple user, you’ve probably amassed a collection of accessories that will be useless when the new phone shows up. I can think of only one group that will be happy with the news: accessory makers. But what will they do with all the unsold inventory?