Photos emerge of alleged new iPhone and iPad Mini dock connectors

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As the rumored September 12th Apple announcement draws near, the inevitable parts leaks appears to confirm some of the rumors we've heard thus far. The latest comes from repair company iResq, which claims to have photos of the dock connectors for the new iPhone and iPad Mini. While the images don't confirm the existence of either product, 9to5 Mac notes that the dock connector shown in the photos sits beside a the headphone jack on both devices, which seems to corroborate a Reuters report just last month and rumors that've circulated over the last few days. The images also match an alleged dock connector MacRumors tracked down just a few days ago. Assuming all of these leaks line up with reality as well as they do with each other, we'll be saying goodbye to the classic dock connector next month.

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