DungJohnson. The daptr case is still in a prototype form, and it gets the majority of its components from a battery case for the iPhone 6 that has supposedly been "heavily modified." The case is built with metal bumpers, a clear back, and rubber edges along the side to add a touch of protection to your phone as well. It measures in a about 3mm thick, and will have an overall length of 22mm. However, the main star of the show for this case is undeniably the fact that it includes a functional 3.5mm headphone jack (and an extra Lightning port because why not.)The case goes by the name of daptr, and it was created by Reddit user
While it's certainly an interesting concept for those who refuse to let the headphone jack die, this seems like a step in the wrong direction. There will more than likely be a heap of people that will jump at the gun for this case, but a world without 3.5mm headphone jacks is simply a world that we're going to have to get used to sooner rather than later. Along with the iPhone 7, the Moto Z line is the other most notable smartphone that omitted the port as well. As we enter 2017 in just a few short months, don't be surprised if more and more phones launch without this outdated port. And, more importantly, don't be surprised if these phones don't get cases like the daptr that brings the port back. While there might be a fix for this now, it's time to move on.
If you are still certain that you need to have a 3.5mm headphone jack on your iPhone 7, the daptr case is currently set to launch sometime in December of this year with a price tag of $49.