Posts Tagged ‘Lightning connector

How to expand the storage of your iPhone or iPad? You can use cloud severs and wireless hard drives, while the latest solution is the iStick USB flash drive with Lightning connector for iPhone and iPad.

iStick USB Flash Drive with Lightning Connector for iPhone and iPad

Need a versatile dock speaker to play music from your iPhone 5 or iPod touch 5G and enjoy your favorite radio stations? Take a look at Gear4′s AlarmDock Halo 3, the dock speaker with Lightning connector may be able to catch your eyes.

Gear4 AlarmDock Halo 3 Dock Speaker with Lightning Connector

Want a portable speaker to enjoy your favorite music from your iPhone 5? Take a look at Gear4′s StreetParty 5, maybe the dock speaker with Lightning connector can meet your requirements.

Gear4 StreetParty 5 Dock Speaker with Lightning Connector

Sorry you can’t use the retro game controller to play those classic video games, but if you want to charge your iPhone 5, the Atari 2600 controller iPhone dock will help you.

Atari 2600 Controller iPhone Dock

You’re looking for a suitable dock speaker for your Lightning port-equipped iPod or iPhone 5? Take a look at Philips DS1155, the dock speaker with Lightning connector may be able to meet your requirements.

Philips DS1155 Dock Speaker with Lightning Connector

Apparently those 30-pin connector equipped card readers aren’t suitable for your new iOS devices like iPad mini. If you want to transmit your photos to the device, the card reader will help you.

The Card Reader with Lightning Connector

You have owned iPhone 5, iPad mini or iPad 4 with Lightning port? This doesn’t mean your dock speaker with 39-pin connector need to retire, but you need some gadgets such as the following Flybridge Lightning dock adapter.

Flybridge Lightning Dock Adapter for iPhone and iPad

Following iPhone 5 and iPod touch 5G, the next new product we need to mention is the new 7th-generation iPod nano. If you just want to enjoy your favorite music, videos and photos on the go, the new iPod nano should be a nice solution.

Apple The New 7th Generation iPod Nano

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