Wireless Airpods for iPhone 7 Plus came out from leaked photos

After leading Bluetooth technology experience and blend with apple Products, Apple gift one more users experience with Airpods for iPhone 7 Plus only found from leaked packaging. Apple Insider, Presenting publicly about this with proof on it’s recent news post. But for the iPhone 7, Headphone with lightning port replaced with 3.5 mm headphone jack. Airpods Wireless headphones should be rechargeable and music or calling purpose. Most of the music lover tries more freedom when he/ she listen music on iPhone from past users experience on OLD same screen iPhone models.

You might like this: Best Wireless Headphones for iPhone 7 Plus.

Is to ensure that Lightning port headphone will work on iPhone 7 Plus lightning port if you are not comfort with wireless design. Then good news for that you can try third-party or apple’s headphone set.

Details Story and Tech specs of Airpods for iPhone 7 Plus

High Quality polycarbonate Airpods is best compatible with HD music from Apple Music and any other third-party sound system or Device.

Best Airpods for iPhone 7 Plus in Design and Photos before official release

Image source: Twitter Effah Hanie

Specification of Wireless Bluetooth Airpods

Optimum battery performance never heart based on charging speed and Continuous usage.

On single full charge play continuously up to 2 hours on medium volume level.

Airpods Bluetooth Version: 4.2

Charging Speed rate: 10 min of battery life charge in just 30 seconds, very fact compare to your iPhone or other apple Device.


Charging indicator should be same for Airpods, in the form of Widget in notification center or Lighting indicator (Not fixed).

Design and Look no significant changes

Apple done this in alternate option between iPhone 7 and 7 Plus for the buyers by removing 3.5 MM audio jack.

Here we will update you on how to control it remotely means Play/ Push or Receive incoming call using Airpods for iPhone 7 Plus and important tips. Garb latest release at upcoming public event will held in San Francisco on 7 September 2016. Viewable on Apple Safari browser and Compatible Microsoft devices only.

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Karly Wood

Karly Wood, a Wellington-based journalist, excels in covering Apple and tech trends. With a diverse background in public safety, government, and education reporting, her insights bridge multiple disciplines, offering readers a well-rounded perspective on today's technological advancements. Contact Her Team:- jaysukh.pharma@gmail.com [OR] admin@howtoisolve.com

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