Sneak peek: Lightning version of innovative Twig iPhone connector
LAS VEGAS--In May of last year I did a on Amazon for $20.about an innovative iPhone connector called the Twig, which was a Kickstarter project. That project was funded and the 30-pin version of the Twig actually shipped toward the end of 2012 and is now available
Jason Hilbourne, the guy behind Twig, stopped by the CNET trailer at CES to show off prototypes for his next-generation Twigs, which include a micro USB version and a Lightning version for the iPhone and latest iPads (apparently, when bent into a stand the Twig does support the iPad Mini, though it's really designed for the iPhone 5 and latest iPod Touch).
No word on exactly when these will ship, but Hilbourne says he's planning on launching another Kickstarter project to pre-sell the new connectors, so stay tuned Twig fans.
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