The new supersmall Lightning Dock Connector on the iPhone 5 and 2012 iPods is going to need one of these.
For less than $35, this SD-card-size adapter lets you connect mobile devices and computers to your camera for wireless viewing and transferring of pictures and videos.
iPhone 5 owners in Europe can use existing Micro-USB cables to power and sync their phones via the new adapter.
The "final evolution" of hacker favourite the Raspberry Pi Model B has arrived, adding two USB ports and becoming more power efficient.
The $149 OnBeat Mini is a portable speaker dock that charges the iPad Mini, iPhone 5, iPad 4th generation and new iPod models when used with the included AC adapter.
Rockford Fosgate's Bluetooth Adapter makes a convenient fit for some cars, but the lack of phone features limits it to music.
Pop a microSDHC card up to 32GB into this adapter, stick it in your camera, and you'll be able to use a smartphone, tablet, or computer to wirelessly view and transfer your shots.
The bendable iPhone connector and successful Kickstarter project will come in an iPhone 5 version later this year.
Pricing not available
Generic versions of Apple's new 30-pin adapter, which was officially unveiled last week along with the iPhone 5 and new iPods, are already showing up online.
An Apple spokesman reportedly tells The Verge the two new Lightning adapters will be available in the coming months.