Apparently there are still enough people buying iPhone docks that Apple can't fully walk away from the accessory — even though it's tried more than once. Today the company quietly introduced a "Lightning Dock" that supports devices from the iPhone 5 and up. With the new dock's design, your iPhone (or iPod touch) simply sits on top of a $39 piece of plastic. It looks awkward and more than a bit unsteady, but the flexibility means you'll never have to purchase another dock again. Like Apple's previous tries, this one includes a Lightning port for pass-through charging / syncing and a 3.5mm headphone jack so you can play music to an external speaker while the iPhone is docked.