Earlier today, Reuters confirmed that the new iPhone will indeed be released with a smaller 19-pin dock connector. Back in February iMore reported that the 19-pin connector will be used to any future iDevices. To see messages on Reuters and the reactions of users decided to revisit the website to contact the original source with the question whether there is an adapter will be available. According to the anonymous source, there is an adapter designed for the accessories which make use of the old 30-pin connector.
Earlier today, Reuters confirmed that the iPhone gets a smaller connector. Rumors surfaced about earlier on. iMore took so check with the website earlier sources had tipped over the smaller connector and was told that an adapter. It is still unclear whether the adapter is supplied free, or an additional purchase. It is still unclear whether the adapter is supplied with every iPhone, although we expect not, given that the MagSafe to MagSafe 2 connector is not in the MacBook Retina screen is included. In the past, has also repeatedly shown that Apple does not look to the past, but to the future.
The adapter will probably not be able to solve all the problems, docks, which make use of a separate design will still not be able to be used in combination with the new iPhone.
According iMore Apple was almost mandatory to develop a new dock connector through the use of a 4G/LTE chipset should also be space for a larger battery.This also appears to be the reason for the use of the nano-SIM card and the in-cell screens. Apple has been using since 2003 the current dock connector. Thousands of accessories, including cables and speakers are suitable for the dock connector. A switch would be much accessories unusable. The adapter must be compatible for older accessories. Some accessories may not be suitable for the adapter, others work without problems. A smaller connector makes it possible to lower the iPhone or flatten, or a larger battery is to be used. Apple is already an adapter on the market that makes your iPhone via a micro-USB cable to charge.