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iPhone 5 3.5mm Audio Sync Cable


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I use a cable like this to play audio in both our vehicles.
Amazon.com: MPI Audio and Sync Cable for iPhone / iPod (Apple Dock Connector to USB / 3.5mm): Cell Phones & Accessories


It works perfectly. There are a USB charger and a 3.5mm input jack hidden in the center consoles. Only the 30 pin connector is visible. It charges the phone and connects to the audio system with a single cable.

Has anyone seen Lightning connector equivalent for the iPhone 5? Or tried using something similar with a Lightning to 30 pin adapter?
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It won't be 3 months before they are $10 on Amazon. You should be able to use a 30 pin to lightning though

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