Accessory maker Belkin on Tuesday unveiled their new 3.5mm-to-Lightning audio cable, providing a method for users of recent iPhones to connect their device to 3.5-millimeter headphones and speakers.
Enjoy your favorite music anywhere with a single cable that connects your iPhone to 3.5 mm car speakers or home speaker systems. Available in multiple lengths for convenience, the first MFi-certified 3.5mm audio to Lightning cable on the market guarantees sustained compatibility with iOS updates, preserving functionality for a seamless experience.
Made for: iPhone X, iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus
The new cable can be ordered on the Belkin website. The 3-foot cable will run $29.99, and the 6-foot version will set you back $34.99.
Apple has been rumored to be considering removing the Lightning-to-3.5mm adapter from this year’s upcoming iPhone box. The iPhone maker got rid of the 3.5mm port on their flagship iPhones two years ago, so users have had plenty of time to obtain adapters, new cables, or to go wireless with such products as Apple’s own AirPods.