Third-party manufacturers have reportedly already begun selling adapters for the new iPhone’s Lightning port.
According to 9to5Mac, Amazon sellers Nanotch and iTronz are offering pre-orders for 30-pin to Lightning adapters.
Nanotch offers a 7-inch cable adapter that Apple sells for $39, while iTronz is selling the smaller stub adapter which costs $29 at Apple.
Nanotch’s adapter will be available on Sept. 30 and the offering from iTronz is set to be released on Oct. 5.
The iTronz adapter is priced at $9.99 while Nanotch’s costs $17.95.
The Apple adapters will be “available to ship” in October.