Tuesday 24th June 2014 by William Judd in Mobile Accessories.
Using an FM transmitter is one of the easiest ways to listen to your iPhone’s music in your car, and it doesn’t require a fancy car stereo with Bluetooth or even an auxiliary input. All you need is a cigarette lighter and an FM radio – found in pretty much every car built over the last 50 years.
All you need to do is turn on the iTrip and plug it into your phone and hit play. Then tune into the indicated frequency on your car radio, and you’ll hear your phone’s music coming out over the car stereo. You can easily change the frequency used using buttons on the iTrip or the iTrip controller app on your phone, so no matter what local stations are in the area you’ll be able to find a free space to use that sounds great.
As an added bonus, as long as your iPhone is plugged into the iTrip you’ll enjoy rapid charging from your car’s cigarette lighter. The iTrip provides 2.1A of charging power, so you’ll find you get full-speed charging on any Lightning device, including the power-hungry full-size iPad.
The Griffin iTrip is portable too, making it easy to keep you wherever you go. If you wish you could play music in the cars of your friends and family, the iTrip is the answer. It’s brilliant for rental cars too, and ensures that you don’t have to pay extra for the privilege of listening to your own tunes.
The Griffin iTrip is a convenient FM transmitter and in-car charger for all Lightning devices, including the iPhone 5, iPhone 5S, iPhone 5C, iPad Mini, iPad 4 and iPad Air. For more information or to place your order, visit the product page below:
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