The iPhone 7 is a great phone but it does come with some compromises, mostly for music lovers who have a really great set of headphones with a 3.5mm jack.
Apple decided to do away with the regular headphone port for the iPhone 7 for no good reason other than the fact that they wanted to convert users to a new cable and potentially push us in the direction of a wireless future.
If you don't want that, you're stuck with an awkward adaptor and not being able to charge and listen to tunes at the same time. Well no longer, because there's a new Indiegogo called Fuze, which brings back the audio jack.
It's a case which protects the phone, adds extra battery life and also splits off the lightning connector into a 3.5mm and lightning port. It's slim and comes in a range of colours and seems like a really great product. But it does come with an awful video pitch.
Man that guy is annoying but if Fuze delivers on its promises that shouldn't matter. The campaign is running right now and they're more than half funded with 30 days to go. The cheapest case will cost 59 dollars which is steep enough but potentially worth it for iPhone users who are missing that all important port.