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7.5 out of 10

Apple Earphones

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Overall 6
5.5

Apple EarPods Review

Digitaltrends
17 September 2012
  • Conclusion: When all is said and done, Apple’s new EarPods are an improvement on the earbuds they replace, but only marginally so. It’s hard to imagine anyone would compare the two and express a preference for the older model. With that said, we had hoped for a little more from the EarPods. Comfort has been improved, but only enough to be a bit more tolerable for short term use.
  • Pros: Considerably improved bass, Slightly better short-term comfort, Slightly larger in-line control microphone
  • Cons: Hot and brittle treble, Midrange sucked out, Still uncomfortable for long-term use
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Overall 6
6.0

Apple Lightning to USB Cable review

Macworld UK
1 February 2013
  • Excerpt: The Lightning to USB Cable replaces Apple's older 30-pin Dock Connector. It is compatible directly with all new iOS devices, so that's the iPhone 5, iPad mini, iPad 4 and iPod touch (fifth generation). Everything else uses the older 30-pin connector.
  • Pros: Worth having a second backup, Apple branded product
  • Cons: Cheaper alternatives available
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Overall 6
6.0

Apple Lightning to 30-pin Adapter

MacWorld
12 October 2012
  • Conclusion: If you want to connect the iPhone 5 to an speaker system with a 30-pin dock, or other 30-pin audio or syncing dock device, then this is the way to do it (although we’d suggest the version with a cable to avoid the precarious balancing act). We’re disappointed that it only works with audio and not video.
  • Pros: Enables you to connect the iPhone 5 to older dock and speaker systems
  • Cons: Puts an extra two centimetres on the iPhone 5; Lightning feels a bit small to be holding up an iPhone; doesn’t output video
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Overall 6
6.0

Apple Lightning to 30-pin Adapter

MacWorld
12 October 2012
  • Conclusion: If you want to connect the iPhone 5 to an speaker system with a 30-pin dock, or other 30-pin audio or syncing dock device, then this is the way to do it (although we’d suggest the version with a cable to avoid the precarious balancing act). We’re disappointed that it only works with audio and not video.
  • Pros: Enables you to connect the iPhone 5 to older dock and speaker systems
  • Cons: Puts an extra two centimetres on the iPhone 5; Lightning feels a bit small to be holding up an iPhone; doesn’t output video
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