Belkin Launching Lightning to 3.5mm Audio Cable for iPhones

Belkin lately offered a licensed Lightning to 3.5mm audio cable ^(http://www.belkin.com/us/p/AV10172bt03-WHT/), and introduced that pre-orders will start on its site lately.

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The cable has a male Lightning connector on one finish and a 3.5mm output at the different, permitting iPhone fashions that lack a headphone jack to be attached to a automotive stereo by the use of the AUX port with out the will for any adapters.

The cable may also be used to attach an iPhone to different merchandise with 3.5mm inputs, starting from house speaker programs to over-ear headphones. This is conceivable since the cable has a integrated digital-to-analog converter.

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Lightning to 3.5mm audio cables were to be had for a number of years, however Belkin’s version is licensed by way of Apple below its MFi Program, which was once not too long ago expanded to come with specs for this kind of cable.

Belkin’s cable can be to be had in a three-foot duration ^(http://www.belkin.com/us/p/AV10172bt03-WHT/) for $29.99 or in a six-foot duration ^(http://www.belkin.com/us/p/AV10172bt06-WHT/) for $34.99 within the United States, with costs various somewhere else. In addition to pre-orders on Belkin.com, the cables will to be had within the coming weeks at Apple Stores, Best Buy, Target, and choose different outlets international.

For a pricing comparability, Master & Dynamic not too long ago launched an Apple-certified Lightning to 3.5mm audio cable with an in-line microphone for $69.

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