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[* black] We're getting up close and personal withThe Lightning connector looks like it could be [http://blueocean.org/wp-content/uploads/fish-eating-fish_fromthevaryguydotcom.jpg|swallowed] by the lightning connector, speakers, and headphone jackthe 30-pin dock connector.
[* black] We're getting up close and personal withThe Lightning connector looks like it could be [http://blueocean.org/wp-content/uploads/fish-eating-fish_fromthevaryguydotcom.jpg|swallowed] by the lightning connector, speakers, and headphone jackthe 30-pin dock connector.
[* black] Here we can clearly see the eight leads in the new Lightning connector.
[* black] While there hasn't been any official word on the pin-out for the Lightning connector, we can confidently say that two of them will be used for power and ground. As for the other six, well, that is yet to be determinedthat's anyone's guess.
[* black] While there hasn't been any official word on the pin-out for the Lightning connector, we can confidently say that two of them will be used for power and ground. As for the other six, well, that is yet to be determinedthat's anyone's guess.
[* black] Apple claims that the Lightning connector is all digital. However, they also claim that the iPhone 5 supports analog audio-out and VGA video, indicating that there may be some kind of digital-to-analog conversion going on inside the cable.

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