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Will Apple dump the iPhone’s aging 30-pin connector?

The 30-pin dock connector featured on every iPhone and iPad ever sold by Apple, as well as a huge number of iPods, may be headed for history's dustbin. Apple is reportedly considering a move to a smaller connector on the next iPhone...
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