iPhone 7 No Headphone Jack: How To Charge And Listen To Music Without Airpods?

iPhone 7 No Headphone Jack: How To Charge And Listen To Music Without Airpods?
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Apple has just dropped its much-awaited iPhone 7. What makes the new product different from its previous version is that is now getting rid of headphone jack.


The giant company has simultaneously released the iPhone Airpods which lets you listen to music without the wire.

But many questions are now arising on how this iPhone 7 can let users listen to music while charging the phone.

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Heavy said that this might be a problem to users who do not own AirPods. One cannot listen to music on headphones while charging the phone.

Aside from non-AirPod users, people who are driving may not connect their phones to their speakers through Bluetooth.

Old model of cars needs an auxiliary cable to connect the phone to speakers. This requires a Lightning port with an adapter. This hack can let you listen to music while driving.

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The report added that older cars have limited options of charging while listening to music. Unless they have Bluetooth capability, one can get a hands-free car kit that can connect the phone through an auxiliary jack to the phone through Bluetooth.

Airpods, which were released yesterday, costs about $159 and can last up to five hours. But those who wants to buy the items may wait until early part of October.

Even AirPods has some issues regarding its use. Los Angeles Times has noted that AirPods cannot be used in the airplane before the takeoff because of its connectivity via Bluetooth.

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Meanwhile for those who does not need AirPods, they can get wireless headphones that can connect to the phone through Bluetooth or a Bluetooth speaker.

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