Oscium Accessories Compatible with iPhone 5 Adapter
iPhone 5's new lightning connector replaces the existing 30-pin connector. With the new adapter, do accessories work on the iPhone 5?
Oklahoma City, OK (PRWEB) October 25, 2012
Ever since the iPhone 5 was announced, the million dollar question has been which accessories will work? The adapter that converts the 30-pin dock connector into the lightning connector are starting to hit the shelves. Finally, there is clarity. So what is the answer? As far as Oscium's products are concerned, all of them work including:
"We haven't seen any disruption in the functionality of our products," says Bryan Lee President at Oscium. "All of our products work with the new adapter." Oscium is not the only manufacturer that is pleased to see this new adapter released. Manufacturers who have designed around the 30-pin connector have had to deal with uncertainty until now. And it is not just limited to manufacturers. Customers have been uncertain as well.
Early adopters of the iPhone 5 have anxiously anticipated the lightning adapter release. Until this release, speaker accessories, car chargers, and other 30-pin devices have not been compatible with the iPhone 5. Oscium has received many questions related to this transition. Bryan Lee said, “There has just been no clarity around compatibility until now. But the good news is finally here. The lightning connector is the new Apple standard and all our products are compatible."
Oscium delivers innovative test equipment that leverages the easy-to-use touchscreen interface of the iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch. As an MFi-approved developer, Oscium interfaces with the iOS family of products through the 30-pin dock connector, making our design both convenient and practical. Oscium is making cutting edge test equipment that's more intuitive and easy to use.
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