Amazon’s New iPhone Dongle Is Cheaper Than Belkin

As Google followed Apple’s decision in removing the 3.5mm headphone jack on its Pixel 2 devices, and it looks like there won’t be a phone in the future that will have a headphone port. This decision makes many buying dongles then, like AirPods for iPhone, Pixel Buds for Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL etc. In order to grab that market Amazon’s Basics line has a deal today that makes that slightly less painful for iPhone users. Introduced its own dongle for iPhone and here are the details.

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The AmazonBasics Lightning to 3.5mm audio jack adapter is only available for just $30 right now. Charge your phone and listen to music at the same time at a cheaper price of $30, instead of $35 Belkin, which Apple sells from its official dongle partner. It’s not a huge price difference, but for the benefits of getting what looks like a better designed piece of hardware, also comes with added confidence that it’s from Amazon’s official consumer electronics brand. It’s probably worth eschewing Apple’s partner Belkin and grabbing this iPhone dongle instead.

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