🏒 Lucian Marin My first pair of headphones had 4 meters of cable, so I can listen everywhere in my room including bed. Technics RP-F300 were I pain to use. So yeah, I think Apple is on the right track with wireless headphones. But I don't understand why they don't use USB-C for the iPhone. They can't even provide fast charging over Lightning.
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Mark Dain Lightning predates USB-C by several years and I suspect the shape, size and reversibility feature is based heavily off Lightning. If you remember the shit storm that happened when they removed the 30-pin connector, I doubt Apple wants to go through that again; people already distrust/hate Apple enough.
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🏒 Lucian Marin As an Apple user I want to charge my iPhone and my Mac using the same cable. Then I want to use the same cable to connect those two devices. Steve Jobs will have done this instead of investing in Apple Car and Apple Watches.
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Martijn Wireless is probably the right track. But it feels too early and not thought through enough. $159 is not a starting price to get people on board. Shipping a wired headset with the phone does not show initiative. Of course that is just me complaining about tech I was never going to buy anyway
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🏒 Lucian Marin They are dual driver wireless headphones with four microphones, two accelerometers, two processors, individual batteries and a battery powered case. $159 is pocket change, really.
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