Apple has rolled out its new iPhone Micro USB Adapter in Europe, upholding its end of a European Commission agreement aimed at standardizing all smartphone chargers. Along with Apple, Nokia, Sony Ericsson, Motorola, LG, NEC, Qualcomm, RIM, Samsung, and Texas Instruments signed the agreement which was finalized in 2010 and allowed for just such an adapter. It does not appear that Apple will be including the adapter in iPhone packages in Europe; the iPhone Micro USB Adapter is available for order now and sells for £8, or €9.
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