Originally Posted by natemac
Don't be condescending, connecting is not the issue, connections are. Understand the purpose.
And why would I need an adapter, it comes with a usb 2.0 cable.
Bluetooth will probably be fine, but Bluetooth can not send high audio bitrate, so USB will be a higher quality source when listening to music. Also it's nice to have the music info on the screen over USB.
Apple has already confirmed that Lightning will support audio out, and eventually will support peripherals with audio and video as well, much like the current 30-pin connector.
Whether the audio support requires the 30-pin adapter piece (to serve as a converter from digital to analog) is yet to be known, though. Guess we'll find out on Friday :P