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.
One of the most significant changes brought by the iPhone 5 hardware, besides the elongated display, was the sudden death of Apple's 30-pin connector. A new day has risen in iOS connectivity, and we're all riding the Lightning, now. While plenty of iPhone users groaned at the thought of buying new Apple accessories, there's always cheaper, licensed third-party add-ons. Well, maybe not just yet.
Today's the big day. You've spent the night sitting on a cold sidewalk outside the Apple Store, and months upon months of speculation have led to a shiny, new iPhone 5 in your hands. Well, unless you're like many of us and are just waiting for a package to arrive at the door. In the meantime, how about a look at the inside of Apple's new iOS device?