Yes, they do. However, I went with the adapter and cable posted earlier by Yethal to shave a few inches of cable hanging off the phone. To accomplish the same, you could go with the Apple cable and find a small USB type A to mini-B adapter but overall that solution would be bulkier than Yethal's suggested one.
and while I did get some hum with a headphone at one point through the Fulla combo it basically doesn't work. When playing audio the iPhone never shuts down the internal speaker. I will try with a powered hub next, I suppose, if I can find one lying around the house.
I did verify that the lightning adapter from HK is working fine as I was able to sync music to my iPhone with it connected to a micro B to standard A USB cable. I'm not able verify the quality of the micro to mini USB cable though as I don't have a way to connect the mini B end of the cable to my laptop.
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