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Purported next-gen iPhone charge/sync cable appears online

A single photo of a purported charge and sync cable for the next-generation iPhone has appeared online. A representative of Veister.com alerted iLounge to the picture, which has been posted to Twitter. The cable appears to be highly similar to past Apple cables, with a full-sized USB plug on one end and what appears to be Apple’s newly shrunken 8-pin connector on the other. Veister is a Shenzhen, China-based accessory vendor, but the cable has yet to appear on the company’s site. It is unclear whether the part shown is a replacement cable or a genuine Apple part with pre-production markings.

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