Incipio's OX case gives the iPhone 7 its headphone jack back


WhistleOut
05 January 2017

Apple taketh, Incipio giveth. While some were disappointed by the iPhone 7's lack of a headphone jack, Incipio's newly announced "OX" cases bring back the 3.5mm port without the need for a dongle.

Available for the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus, the Incipio OX has a protruding chin with both a 3.5mm headphone jack and Lightning connector. As such, you're also able to charge your iPhone 7 while listening to music (without the need for wireless headphones, or another dongle).

As you'd expect from a case, the OX also has a shock-absorbent exterior for extra protection, but Incipio hasn't made any specific claims in regards to the level of drop-proofing.

OX cases will go on sale from the first quarter of this year. Local pricing has yet to be confirmed, but they'll start at USD$59.99 internationally.


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