Libratone Debuts Noise Cancelling Headphones With Lightning Connection in Front Of iPhone 7

Simply six-days before Apple is likely to declare the iPhone 7 with no headset jack, Libratone has launched new Q Adjust in ear noise cancelling headphones having a Lightning connection instead of a typical 3.5mm audio jack.

The headphones have a battery-free style with four degrees of active-noise cancellation, pulling energy in the iPhone or iPad they’re attached to through the Lightning connection.

The set have in line handles for quantity, play, phone calls, and Siri, and one for that four active-noise cancellation settings and speak-through.

The headphones have a material-included wire obtainable in four shades: stylish naked, gloomy bright, stormy dark, and rose red. Additionally they are designed with three dimensions of interchangeable rubber earpieces.

Apple launched new MFi Plan requirements in June 2014 that permit third party producers to produce headphones that connect to iOS devices using a Lightning wire, with functions for example passthrough energy and active-noise cancellation.

Libratone claims the Q Adjust headphones is likely to be obtainable in middle-Sept for $179 and may deliver to clients at the start of March.

Additional Lightning-prepared headphones launched up to now contain, amongst others, the Philips Fidelio M2L and Fidelio NC1L.

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