Apple’s iPhone 5, 5th generation iPod touch and 7th generation iPod nano that were unveiled on Wednesday come with a new dock connector dubbed Lightning, which replaced the 30-pin dock connector that was first launched in 2003.
Apple is widely expected to use the new Lightning dock connector across its entire iOS product line in the future, including the rumored iPad mini, the tweaked iPad 3, which are expected to be launched later this year.
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