Apple’s iPhone 7 User Can Get Their 3.5mm Audio Jack Back!
For those who grieved the loss of the 3.5mm audio jack on their iPhone 7, a Kickstarter project has came up with a perfect solution! All you have to do is to use the bundled Lightning-to-3.5mm adapter or get a nicer one with a second Lightning port if you want to charge your battery while listening.
The RES converter comes with a 24-bit, 192kHz audio chip for high quality conversion and playback of clearer audio files, on top of a 3.5mm jack, a lightning port, and Qi wireless charging.
The adapter also enhances active noise cancellation by collecting outside noise via tiny microphones and cancelling them by “inverting the phase,” as reported by PhoneArena.
However, the adapter is also capable of controllable noise cancellation which allows users to control how much noise they wish to let in.
This creation is fully funded by Kickstarter and the gadget is prepared for mass production. If you want one, you’ll be glad to find out that it only costs $20 if you are an “early bird” or $60 for the standard pricing.