Indiegogo of Note: The ‘Fuze’ Case Brings the Headphone Jack Back to Your iPhone 7

Indiegogo of Note: The ‘Fuze’ Case Brings the Headphone Jack Back to Your iPhone 7

If you’re one of the owners of a new iPhone 7 or iPhone 7 Plus who are disappointed about the lack of a headphone jack, you might want to check out the “Fuze” case. The new case, currently on Indiegogo, provides an integrated 3.5mm jack directly in the case.

Indiegogo of Note: The 'Fuze' Case Brings the headphone Jack Back to Your iPhone 7

The new case is designed to allow users to listen to their music, or make phone calls via their 3.5mm headphones, while also charging their device via the Lightning Port. The case also boasts an integrated battery, to give extended life to your device. The battery is rated for 2,400 mAh for the 4.7-inch iPhone 7 and 3,600 mAh for the 5.5-inch iPhone 7 Plus.

Buy a Fuze case for your iPhone 7 or 7 Plus and bring back the jack. Don’t get tangled up in a mess of adapters. You should be able to listen to music with your favorite headphones whenever you want. When you purchase Fuze, you’re purchasing the freedom of choice — something that itself should be free.

The case is said to be made out of TPU and ABS plastics, the same materials Apple uses in its iPhone 7 battery case, so the Fuse should supply a decent amount against drops and other hazards. The case adds only 5mm (.2 inches) to the overall thickness of the phone,” and weighs in at a mere 2.9 ounces.

The campaign is aiming to raise $60,000, and has so far raised almost $17,000 with a little over a month to go. Pledges start at a dollar, and go up to $4,997 for a retail pack of 150. The level most people will want to look at is the $59 Early Bird level, which offers 1 Fuze case for either the iPhone 7 or iPhone 7 Plus, in the color of your choice, (white, black, gold, rose gold, and blue). You can also get a deal on a pair of cases, or a family pack of 4.

The company says the first units should “arrive around December 23” of this year. However, it is an Indiegogo campaign, so there could be postponements, design changes, or an outright cancellation of the campaign and product, so keep that in mind.

For more information, visit the Fuze Indiegogo website.

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