It works with iPhone 5 iOS7 -> Lightning to USB Camera Adaptor -> Standard USB Cable -> Cambridge DacMagic.
Just so I'm sure: When you get audio with a Lightning or 30-pin adaptor to USB to DAC, that audio is always digital, right?
This is pretty awesome.
October 1st, a Norwegian streaming service, WiMP (http://wimp.no/) - competitor to Spotify, but not available in as many countries yet, launched WiMP HiFI - streaming in Lossless Audio Flac & Alac files. While the regular WiMP (AAC 320 KBPS) is available for "all" platforms, including PC and Mac, WiMP HiFi is for the time being only available on iOS, Android, Sonos, Bluesound and AirPlay. PC and Mac versions will probably arrive around Christmas, but they still have to sort out some security issues.
I myself used regular WiMP on my iPhone 4s as a walkman and on a Macbook Air 2013 at home together with my DacMagic. So yesterday I bought myself a iPad Mini and the Lightning to USB Camera Adaptor (http://store.apple.com/us/product/MD821ZM/A/lightning-to-usb-camera-adapter) to use with my DacMagic and stereo at home. A great and handy combo, of course, and I kind of wanted a iPad Mini to show photos to friends and family as well. (And I got it at 25 % discount.)
But then after reading some rumours in combination with some DACs, I tried it with my wifes iPhone 5 and it worked! I didn't try the WiMP HiFi, but I got sound from YouTube to my DAC - that means it's working, right? The signal is digital?
So I ordered myself this adaptor http://www.ebay.com/itm/330861644463?ssPageName=STRK:MEWNX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1497.l2649 , to see if I can use my iPhone 4s as well. Seems I didn't really need the iPad mini after all, only a cable! (Will keep the iPad Mini, though.)