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Briefly: OCDock for iPhone 5, LightLinez short Lightning cable
Wednesday, May 8, 2013 @ 10:18pm

Accessory retailer BiteMyApple.co has commenced shipping the OCDock, a dock for the iPhone 5 that fuses with the “foot” of the iMac and Thunderbolt Display. Designed to eliminate the hassle of wires, the OCDock boasts a cable as thin as a sheet of paper that slides under the aluminum foot of the iMac or Thunderbolt display. The dock is crafted out of brushed aluminum so it looks like an extension of the Apple product, not a separate piece. The dock retails for $80, and is sold exclusively at BiteMyApple.co.



Radtech ships LightLinez short Apple-approved Lightning Cable Radtech has unveiled the Kenburg LightLinez Short USB to Lightning Cable plus Bonus USB extender. The cable consists of two parts -- a 12cm (5-inch) Lightning cable, bundled with a 100cm (39.4-inch) USB extension cable. The Lightning cable is Apple Made-For-i approved, with dual shielding, and heavy-duty elastomer jacketing. The cable plus extension is available now for $19.

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