With the early arrival of the new iPhone 7, it is rumored that Apple would eliminate the minijack 3.5mm jack for headphones and replace it by a lightning rate. Well it did not take long for a Chinese manufacturer of lightning remove an adapter to minijack, before it leaves the new smartphone.
Tama Electric advertising lightning are currently three adapters for headphones, two of which also include USB port for charging while using headphones.
There are a handful of headphones with lightning connection type currently available on the market, but an adapter headphone minijack lightning to 3.5 mm are not sold officially as iPhone accessories. Presumably, if the "iPhone 7" eliminates the analog jack for headphones as rumored, Apple or authorized accessory manufacturers need to offer some kind of adapter for official headphones.
New accessories Tama not seem to be available for purchase as either available prices. As such, the products can be just models or concepts.
Rumors about the iPhone update expected Apple have always claimed that the 2016 model would not have the headphone jack of 3.5mm, allowing a design that could be the thinnest. Eliminating the headphone jack, customers will be forced to opt for a Bluetooth headset with lightning connector, with or without an adapter or wireless headset.
Moreover, it is rumored that Apple is working on new Bluetooth EarPods and charged through the lightning port. It is expected that hearing aids are marketed separately, with a couple of traditional EarPods.
Apple will launch its next-generation iPhone in September, as it has done regularly year after year. It is likely to start on the same starting price as the iPhone 6s of about $ 649.