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Incipio OX Case Brings Headphone Jack Back to the iPhone 7

Incipio OX Case Brings Headphone Jack Back to the iPhone 7

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Incipio has announced The OX Case which brings the headphone jack back to the iPhone 7.

Incipio’s innovative OX Case provides users with the ability to listen to music and charge their iPhone 7 simultaneously. Offering traditional headphone and Lightning connectivity, the OX Case is designed with an integrated Lightning port and built-in headphone jack, to support the use of wired headphones equipped with a 3.5mm connector without having to use an adapter and additional accessories. The OX Case delivers a two-in-one charging and listening experience conveniently wrapped in a protective case solution, all while maintaining the iPhone 7’s sleek and slim profile.

“We wanted to bring the headphone jack back to the latest iPhone so our customers could still enjoy their favorite pair of traditional headphones without worrying about low-battery and sacrificing device protection,” said Carlos Del Toro, Director of Products, Incipio. “The protective OX Case allows individuals to use existing headphones with a 3.5mm audio connector through the built-in headphone jack, while simultaneously allowing access to the Lightning™ port for charging.”

● Integrated 3.5mm headphone jack for connecting wired headphones without a dongle or adapter
● Built-in 3.5mm headphone jack and Lightning™ port to support simultaneous audio and charging capabilities
● Snap-on design for quick installation and removal
● Shock-absorbent exterior for drop protection
● Available in Black, Forest, and Purple color options

The Incipio OX Case will be available in Q1 of 2017 for $59.99.

Incipio OX Case Brings Headphone Jack Back to the iPhone 7

Hmmm - January 6, 2017 at 6:04am
The things you remove in order to say that it was for a bigger battery, to seal the inside and keep the water out, to move a component....when in reality it was to sale the AirPods months later and try to sale it as the world is now doing everything wirelessly. The AirPods suck, you can't even control the media nor volume. You have to take your phone out and control it there, so where's the wireless technology? Big Failure on Tim Cooks part.
Alan I - January 6, 2017 at 11:23pm
Mis-informed on all levels... You can still use the standard earpods, they are included in the box. The wireless ones DO control music and volume by voice or by tapping them.
:/ - January 5, 2017 at 12:55am
His* and I agree, for the next 2 years it's gonna suck but the end goal is having a fully water proof phone :D and one connection for literally everything which I actually appreciate. I have a drawer filled with like 40 different connections ... it's ridiculous
M&MM - January 6, 2017 at 12:21am
And now you will get even more because one of the very few real global standards is about to be replaced with proprietary solutions again (used to be so in the dumb-phone days, remember?). I wish you luck trying to plug your Apple Ear Pods into any other device. Doesn't even work with Apple's own computers! It's ridiculous. These things are built for nothin' but the waste bin. That's how Cook saves the planet!
Stealthier - January 4, 2017 at 11:59pm
It makes the already big phone bigger and longer. Even it's free, I don't want it. I just want the headphone jack on the phone. Who is the idiotic designer who remove the headphone jack? Never think about the users who have good headphones to use with the phone.
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