4 Headphone Upgrades for Apple Fanatics
Apple’s decision to remove the standard headphone socket from the fresh iPhone 7 has caused a stir among the users. The removal of the headphone jack from the iPhone has left users wondering how they are going to enjoy music on their smartphone. There are a wide variety of lightning-connector headphones reviewed on popular tech sites.
There are also plenty of wireless options, which are most intriguing to us because of Apple’s new W1 chip, which promised better-than-ever audio quality wirelessly. On this note, we’ve compiled a list of recommended earphones for iPhone 7 that just came out:
Apple’s AirPods support both the iPhones and the Apple watches. The ease of pairing (you do not have to open the Bluetooth configurations screen to pair) makes the Apple AirPods seem like the future. The buds being truly wireless feels it feel highly advanced too, although in a slightly different way, some people really aren’t big fans of them, like the editors at Gizmodo Australia.
As soon as you put one of the Airpods into your ear, you hear a little sound effect which lets you know that they are working.
Once both AirPods are in your ears, removing any one will automatically stop the music you are listening to. It boasts a battery life of about 5 hours per charge. As a result of fast charging, users could get 3 hours of battery life after only 15 minutes of charging.
2. Bose Wireless QuietComfort
Bose made a basic piece from its noise canceling technology, and the Bose QuietComfort headphones prove this. The headphones can make phone calls and balance the audio levels using an equalizer. All the controls are on the right ear-cup with a power slider on the outside shell that also acts as the Bluetooth pairing key.
There are volume controls along the rim and a play/pause key beside the LED indicators that let you know when the Bose Wireless headphones are paired and when the battery is low. The ear pads are cushy and soft, yet they provide enough insulation between the head and the rim of the ear cup to keep it nice and comfortable even when you use it for a long period. The Bose Wireless QuietComfort headphones can give their users up to 20 hours of listening time.
3. Sennheiser Momentum 2.0
Sennheiser is one of the best brands of headphone in the market, and they’ve gotten even better with their Momentum 2.0 model. Every part of the headphone oozes luxury. From your high-quality leather earpads and headband to the stainless steel slider. This is a distinctly premium item. Impeccably finished with a durable build, the headphone design will never go out of fashion. Unlike the earbuds, the Sennheiser’s earcups can make your ears somehow warm during prolonged listening.
Therefore there are still more beneficial than a smaller pair. With a three-button and an inline remote, the Sennheiser is the perfect match for your iPhone7. Besides controlling the tracks and volume, you can also make phone calls at the touch of a button which is best when your phone is out of sight. It boast a battery life of about 22 hours
4. Jaybird X2
Jaybird X2 headphones are the best companions for the iPhone 7 owners as it gives a tight fit that cannot be jostled out of your ear, coupled with a durable design that helps you during workout sessions. These small and durable earbuds are perfectly designed even to their liquipel hydrophobic covering. The headphones have a lifetime warranty.
The buds are connected with a flat cable that has inline controls for Bluetooth pairing power and the volume level. Since the controls are on a connecting cable, the controls are behind your ear. They are slightly hard to reach although they remain very useful. The Jaybird X2 comes with an adaptable fit, allowing you to select from three sizes of either Comply foam ear tips or silicone, plus some ear hooks with a new design to assist lock in the perfect fit. It has an impressive 8-hour battery life.