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RickNY made it! (author)2012-10-13

Thank so much for this Instructable! I used the same premise as you, but was using my previous iPhone 4/4s padded mount with passthrough connector. I used the 30-pin to Lightning adapter cable, and used two layers of 5/16" tubing on that, and then followed up by filling the voids with hot glue inside.

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RickNY made it! (author)RickNY2012-10-13

Also -- if you want to see my complete project, do a search in the iPhone 5 forums at Macrumours for ProClip..

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twhite101 made it! (author)twhite1012012-10-13

Thanks for the link in your post, and for anyone that wants to see yours, click the link below.
http://forums.macrumors.com/showthread.php?p=16032650#post16032650

Nice job using the extended adapter.

I have both coming, the extended one and the compact one.
The extended one looked better for when I am traveling in rentals and the compact one looked the best to mod the cradle.  I mite have to change the color to black so it blends in.

Thanks for the link and please place one of your votes for my hack. 

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twhite101 made it! (author)twhite1012012-10-13

Cool, Mine is working great. If I had looked at my current one that had a 30 pin passthru and seen that it could be removed, I would have used it.

My Lightning to 30 pin adapter is waiting for me when I get home. Of the two cradles I am going to mod one to hold this adapter. I will post that Instructable later this month.

Have my radio back in control of my iPod in my iPhone, YEA!

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amandaghassaei made it! (author)2012-09-27

I have a feeling we're going to be seeing a lot of these types of mods soon... is the new iphone the same width as the last one?

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twhite101 made it! (author)twhite1012012-09-27

amandaghassaei, Yes the width is close enough it fits in to this companies last years car cradle well and this years a little wiggle room front to back (maybe 1-2mm). But with the Lightning connector mounted this way makes it hold well, very little to no movement.

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