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The Apple Store is down and the calendar reads October 23, 2012, so that can mean only one thing: It's time for an Apple media event and new stuff! While the focus remains on the iPad mini, it appears Cupertino will also be introducing several new Lightning adapters today as well.
While Apple recently started shipping Lightning connector adapters to waiting customers, many iPhone 5 users have wondered when they can snag some possibly lower-cost, third-party alternatives. One source claims Apple will host a conference in China early next month for accessory partners, imparting details on policy changes affecting Lightning-ready products.
Recently, we reported that Apple was taking a tough stance on how it controlled the sharing of technology surrounding its new Lightning connector. Cupertino was trying to maintain some oversight on who received the information, but according to a new report, it seems third-party developers have already broken past the deadlock.