This startup has a lot of courage.
Apple might want to take you to the future of music by scrapping the audio jack in the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus, but it cant stop people from bringing the phone back to the present. The latest, and perhaps, the greatest example of this is the Fuze case.
Going by the looks, the Fuze case looks very similar to any other iPhone case that you see on the market. But what makes it stand out is the headphone jack. The Fuze Cases features an integrated Lightning audio jack adapter.
Whats more, the Fuze case comes with 2,400 mAh battery for the iPhone 7 model, and 3,600 mAh for the larger, iPhone 7 Plus model. Thats more juice than Apple provided with its own cases last year (and very likely, this year), plus it doesnt have that ugly bulk at the back.
Sounds too good to be true? Well, the Fuze case doesnt exist just as of yet, as it is still going through its conceptualization phase and is currently live on Indiegogo. You might want to chip in if you like the project, as at the time of writing, the Fuze case was still $50,000 short of materializing.
The cases will be developed by a Texas-based company called Actual Innovation, which is just a bunch of people who decided only recently that they want to make a difference to the world, according to the description. The Fuze case starts at $49 for the first 250 backers, $59 for the next 400 and will be available for $69 for everyone else.