Belkin isn’t the only third-party manufacturer to supply Lightning accessories. Scosche will soon be offering wall chargers, car chargers, and cables for Apple’s new connector. Each is fully compatible with Apple’s latest line of iOS devices, according to news first reported by Mac Rumors.

Scosche’s lineup includes the following products:

strikeDRIVE 5w ($24.99) and strikeDRIVE 12w ($29.99): Car charger with a single hardwired Lightning cable. The 5w model is designed for iPhone, iPod, and iPad mini models, while the 12w model can charge any Lightning-equipped device.

Lightning Charger for iPhone 5, iPad Mini, & iPad Wall Charger

Lightning Charger for iPhone 5, iPad Mini, & iPad Wall Charger

strikeDRIVE 12w +12w ($39.99): Car charger with one hardwired Lightning/micro-USB cable supporting up to 12w with a second USB port also supporting up to 12w.

strikeDRIVE pro 12w + 12w ($49.99): Car charger with two USB ports each supporting up to 12w. Comes with one detachable USB cable with convertible micro-USB and Lightning tips.

strikeBASE 5w ($29.99) and strikeBASE 12w ($34.99): Low-profile wall adapter for home use includes a single hardwired Lightning cable attached and offers folding prongs. The 5w model is designed for iPhone, iPod, and iPad mini models, while the 12w model can charge any Lightning-equipped device.

strikeBASE pro 5w + 5w ($39.99): Low-profile wall adapter for home use with two USB ports each supporting up to 5w. Comes with one detachable USB cable with convertible micro-USB and Lightning tips.

Lightening Car Charger for iPhone 5 Lightning

Lightening Car Charger for iPhone 5 Lightning

strikeBASE pro 12w + 12w ($49.99): Low-profile wall adapter for home use with two USB ports each supporting up to 12w. Comes with one detachable USB cable with convertible micro-USB and Lightning tips.

strikeLINE pro ($29.99): Retractable USB cable with convertible micro-USB and Lightning tips.

Although Scosche has yet to announce a firm release date for these accessories, they are expected to arrive in stores prior to January’s CES in Las Vegas, Nevada.

First introduced with the iPhone 5 in September, Apple’s new Lightning connector replaces the 30-pin connector the company had been using on their mobile devices for over a decade. In addition to the sixth-generation iPhone, Lightning is available on the iPad with Retina display, iPad mini, and current generation iPod touch and iPod nano.

Belkin’s line of Lightning accessories launches tomorrow, Nov. 15.

Source: Mac Rumors