Belkin launches Lightning to 3.5mm audio cable

Belkin launches 3.5mm audio cable with Lightning connector

Mobile accessories maker Belkin has introduced a new 3.5 mm Audio Cable with Lightning Connector. The cable allows you to connect your iPhone directly to your car stereo or home speakers with a single cable, allowing you to enjoy your content more conveniently. 

Available in multiple lengths, the new cable outputs high-resolution audio by converting digital signals to analog. The new cable joins similar audio products from Belkin, including the Lightning Audio + Charge RockStar and the 3.5 mm Audio + Charge Rockstar. All three cables offer MFi-certification and are fully compatible with all iOS devices, including iPhone and iPad.

According to Melody Saffery, senior director of product development, Belkin:

Bringing our audio legacy into the digital realm is a natural progression of Belkin’s mission to connect people to the experiences they love most. Most of us are music lovers, and the ability to work on technology that can make other music lovers’ lives more fulfilling, better and more connected, inspires our teams to continue innovating.

The new 3.5 mm Audio Cable with Lightning Connector is available in two versions:

The 3.5 mm Audio Cable with Lightning Connector is available for purchase on and will be available in the coming weeks at Apple Retail, Best Buy, Target, and other retailers worldwide.

Belkin launches Lightning to 3.5mm audio cable

Belkin has been making audio products for nearly 30 years and has sold more than 55 million audio accessories to date. In January, Belkin revealed several new accessories, including wireless charging pads, wireless car charging mounts, and more. The products were introduced at the annual Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, Nevada.

In March, Foxconn Interconnect Technology, a Foxconn subsidiary, acquired Belkin for $866 million in cash. The deal includes other brands in the Belkin portfolio, including Linksys, Wemo, and Phyn.

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