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Is is safe to use a cassett car adapter with my i-phone

I used a cassett car adapter to listen to music from my i-pod in my car. I just got and I-phone and i wanted to know if it's still safe to use the cassett car adapter to listen to music off my i-phone in the car???

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Sould be fine as long as it is same connection into I phone?.
It is only an audio output and will not damage the I Phone.
You can now get a FM transmitter device that tunes into your FM radio and does the same job.

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