Need an iPhone dock that supports Lightning? Here's how to build one for the price of one (1) Macbook Pro

Need an iPhone dock that supports Lightning? Here's how to build one for the price of one (1) Macbook Pro

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New Ah, Fridays. There is little better than a little good humor on the last day of work. To that end, the hard-at-it TNW staff has found a lovely guide on Reddit that is more than relevant to our coverage of technology. Given that a huge percentage of y’all are iPhone...
Need an iPhone dock that supports Lightning? Here's how to build one for the price of one (1) Macbook Pro
                                       

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