CNN i-phone 5 complaints 2. Lightning dock connector The tech world is nothing if not full of change. But many longtime Apple users are irked at the company's decision to use a smaller connector port, called Lightning, on the iPhone 5 and new iPods. With one fell swoop, that meant both a need for new power cords and that the new products won't connect with older speaker systems, alarm clocks and other accessories. The fix? A $29 adapter (which costs $39 if you want a new cable with it). And even then, the adapter doesn't support video or the "iPod out" function for transmitting some data from the devices. "Day 3 of having the new iPhone and I already lost the power cord #thanksapple," wrote one Twitter user. "It's time to gouge our customers for a ton more money," Disqus commenter dawsg4ever quipped. A Lightning-to-USB cable costs $19 and, according to Apple's website, currently has a one- to two-week wait time to be shipped. Dyslexic ?