iPhone Prompts Launch of New Accessories
With the safety side covered by innovative new designs and technology there is the compatibility issue. So, from Belkin comes a head phone adapter ($10.95) that connects any 3.5mm headphones to the iPhone, and Stereo Cables ($14.99 per 7 feet) that plug it into any 3.5mm RCA system, allowing you to rock the iPhone out loud in your home.
But what about in the car?
From XtremeMac comes its first iPhone compatible charging device called the InCharge Auto. This product is compatible with both the iPhone and iPod and can charge them in any vehicle. The InCharge Auto also protects your iPhone from possibly damaging power surges and has a self-resetting fuse that never has to be replaced. Also included is a detachable USB cable that can be used to charge straight from a computer.