The information on Apple's U.K. iPhone 5 order page specifically said that "your phone includes a Lightning to 30-pin Adapter for connecting 30-pin accessories to devices featuring the Lightning connector."But it seems Apple committed a bit of a gaffe here. Customers who called or chatted with Apple reps about the adapter eventually learned that the information was wrong. The company has since removed all references to the free adapter from the pages in question. An Apple sales rep confirmed to me by phone that the adapter is not included with the iPhone 5.
There's been no word from Apple yet on why the misleading information was published, An Apple rep reportedly told one TNW reader that the matter is "being investigated at the moment."CNET contacted Apple for comment and will update the story if we get more information, iPhone 5 buyers who need the Lightning to 30-pin adapter encase polycarbonate iphone 6s / 6 shell case - 100% clear reviews for existing devices will still have to pony up $39 for a 7-inch adapter cable or $29 for a small stub adapter, Both items are listed by Apple as available in two to three weeks, meaning around early October..
Since the new adapter doesn't support video out, Apple is also reportedly prepping Lightning adapters for HDMI and VGA that should be available sometime in the coming months. Some Apple Store sites were listing the adapter as free with the new iPhone, but that information was wrong. iPhone 5 buyers won't be getting a Lightning to 30-pin adapter on the house after all. Reports that the new phone would come with the adapter surfaced today after some of Apple's online stores listed it as packaged with the iPhone 5.
EE hasn't announced pricing for its 4G network, but you can bet it won't come cheap, The company says that if you sign up with Orange or T-Mobile now (the two firms that form EE), you'll be able to switch to 4G from EE when it's available, The cheapest way to get a phone is nearly always to buy it outright and then get a SIM-only deal, It means networks don't whack on their premiums throughout your contract, saving you money overall, Of course, it's not always possible to shell out half a grand up front, which is why contracts that factor in the price of encase polycarbonate iphone 6s / 6 shell case - 100% clear reviews the phone are so popular..
If you buy the 16GB iPhone 5 SIM-free for £529 and add Three's Essential Internet SIM 200 (which gets you 200 minutes, 5,000 texts and 500MB of data), it will cost you £611.80 over the course of your 12-month contract. If you don't want to be tied into a contract, you can get the same minutes, texts and data for £9.90 a month on a rolling basis, adding £36 to the total. Orange and O2 both provide the cheapest option if you don't want to pay any money up front for the iPhone 5. They both demand you pay £46 per month over 24 months for a free 16GB phone, with which you'll get unlimited calls and texts and 3GB of data on Orange and a lesser 1GB with O2.