The latest rumours suggest that the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus will drop the long-running 3.5mm port, and instead offer the choice between Lightning and Bluetooth headphones. That’s a pain in the neck for anyone that has a nice set of wired headphones, as you’ll need an adapter to connect to the next iPhone, but it also opens up new possibilities. We’ll be stocking a full range of Lightning headphones and adapters at Mobile Fun, so you’ll be fully prepared for the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus. Let’s take a look.
If you want to carry on using your iPhone while charging then you’ll know you have to position yourself near a plug point or free USB socket. This can make using your iPhone on your sofa or bed pretty awkward. Extra long iPhone cables are a simple solution to this, so we’ve picked out some of the best around.
Apple is planning to start streaming high-resolution audio in Apple Music next year, according to sources from Japan’s Portable Audio Festival. Reports suggest that we’ll see 96kHz / 24-bit music streaming, which will spur the production of higher-quality audio peripherals.
The Lightning connector divided opinion upon its release with the iPhone 5. On the one hand, it was a smaller, more convenient connector that was reversible. On the other, it meant that Apple’s long-standing 30 Pin connector was obsolete, a move that sent millions of accessories to the grave – from cheap charging cables to expensive […]
OK, it’s April 2nd now so we regret to inform you that this isn’t a real product. Thanks to everyone that showed an interest in the Magic Smoke – you should have received your £10 voucher via email for your good humour. If you’re on the lookout for some cool – and real – iPhone […]