We’re all equipped to handle change differently. Some people go boldly into the future, accepting change without problem. Others are a litttttlllle bit more hesitant, preferring to dip their toes in instead. Case in point? Users (and would-be users) of the iPhone 7. While some are purchasing Apple’s latest with wild abandon, others are holding back, skeptical of that whole “no headphone jack” thing. For the doubters among you, hear this: There may soon be a solution in the form of a case for your phone that will replace the headphone jack.
Manufactured by Fuze, the conceptual case aims to give the people back their beloved 3.5mm port. It looks just like any other case, but hidden inside is a converter that will allow you to use your regular headphones without having to worry about a dongle or adapter. It also eliminates that whole “what do I do if I want to charge my phone and listen with my headphones at the same time” problem, as it comes with a massive battery that can double your phone’s current life ― double Score!
The case is selling now on Indiegogo for $59 as an early bird special, with the first batch targeted to ship in December should they reach their funding goal. It will come in five colors: white, black, gold, rose gold and blue.
Check out the product’s cheeky video below and prepare yourself to accept the latest wave of the future!
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(h/t Mashable, photos via Indiegogo + Getty)