For owners of the iPhone 5 and iPad Mini, it will soon be safe to put away the adapter.
Several companies are expected to unveil a variety of accessories supporting the Lightning connector, which replaced the standard 30-pin connector found on most Apple mobile devices.
Among them is iHome, who will introduce products at CES that natively support the iPhone 5 and iPad Mini. Their iDL100 Stereo FM Clock Radio including two Lightning docks and a universal USB dock for older devices. The clock radio will sell for $150. A dual-charging version of the accessory with one Lightning dock will sell for $100.
The company is also launching a fresh line of wireless audio options using a Bluetooth connection, including a $200 portable FM stereo that resembles an old-school boom box.