This upcoming Fuze iPhone 7 case offers a 3.5mm headset jack and extra battery life

The upcoming Fuze iPhone 7 case offers a 3.5mm headset jack and extra battery life
The fact that the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus do not feature standard 3.5mm headset jacks certainly frustrates some (or many) Apple users. But, hey, it's not the end of the world.

Both new iPhones come with Lightning-to-3.5mm adapters in the box, but what if you don't like these, and you also don't want to buy wireless or Lightning-compatible headphones? Well, you may want to check out the Fuze iPhone 7 case, an upcoming accessory that features a built-in 3.5mm-to-Lightning adaptor. Basically, this case will let you use your standard headphones with any iPhone 7 or iPhone 7 Plus without that rather pesky external adaptor from Apple. And yes, the case will let you listen to music while charging your new iPhone.

The Fuze iPhone 7 case can do more than just protecting your handset and offering a convenient 3.5mm jack, as it also includes an extra battery (2,400 mAh for the iPhone 7, and 3,600 mAh for the iPhone 7 Plus). On the downside, the case is not dust- and water-resistant (like the new iPhones are).

Right now, you can try to get a Fuze iPhone 7 case starting at $59 (plus shipping) via Indiegogo - see the source link at the end of this article. The number of cases available for $59 is limited. Normally, a Fuze case will cost $69, coming in five color variants: black, white, gold, pink, and blue. Fuze plans to start shipping cases to Indiegogo backers in December.

You can check out the Fuze iPhone 7 case in the video below. Mind you, the case is presented by a guy who, at times, is a bit over enthusiastic. Or is he just annoying?

Not long ago, we told you about another iPhone 7 case that should bring back the 3.5mm jack. However, that one does not include an extra battery.

If you have (or plan to get) an iPhone 7, do you think you'll want to buy a Fuze case for it?

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source: Indiegogo via 9to5Mac

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