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The Ultimate iPhone 7 accessories for 3.5mm fans
One of the most controversial features of the new iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus is the removal of the 3.5m port. The biggest lament is that the 3.5mm jack is simply so effective. Bluetooth headphones can be difficult to work with, and developers have come out with fantastic tools that use the 3.5mm jack, such as credit card readers, thermometers, and 3D scanners. Not all is lost, however. Below are some of the best ways to work around, or work with, the new Lightning port.
Battery Extender Case w/3.5mm Headphone Jack
The case that brought back the jack! This battery extending case has both a Lightning port and a 3.55mm jack built in. The built-in 3.5mm headphone jack lets you listen to your headphones or headsets while still having access to the Lightning port, all without any dongles or adapters. It offers 124% extra battery life, giving you the extra power you need in a protective, stylish case.
2-in-1 Charger and AUX Audio Adapter
Without a headphone jack, a lot of users are out of luck listening to music off their iPhone in their car. This solution gives you a car cable that converts audio from the iPhone’s Lightning cable and channels it through the included 3.5mm cable into your car’s AUX input. Allows charging through a standard Lightning-USB cable through a car charger.
Docking Station with 3.5mm Audio Port
The charging station to replace your charging station. The 3.5mm jack lets you listen to music through standard headphones while charging through the Lightning port. Its small size makes it unobtrusive and the 3.5mm jack lets us pretend it never went away in the first place.
We hope these iPhone 7 accessories can ease some of the sting we all felt when the audio jack was taken away. Let us know what you think in the comments. If you would like to know more about our iPhone accessories, please contact us today!