iPhone users with a flotilla of 30-pin devices, desperate to restore connectivity with their newest handset’s natty connector, can rest easy. Cupertino has contacted several Australians who pre-ordered the 30-pin to Lightning adapter to tell them they can expect the first units to arrive tomorrow. The Stateside store is still promising a generic “October” launch, but it can’t be too far away if the Antipodeans are getting theirs.
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