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This Sept. 2, 2016, photo shows the earphone jack and charging port on an Apple iPhone 6, in New York. Apple is getting ready to unveil new iPhones on Wednesday, Sept. 7. With experts predicting few big changes from last year's models, speculation has focused on Apple's rumored decision to eliminate the iPhone's traditional headphone jack. It isn't clear what kind of hardware the company will promote instead, but the answer could be a hint at some of Apple's future plans. (AP Photo/Richard Drew)

This company's trying to bring back iPhone's headphone jack. Will you snag one?


Still can't get over Apple ditching its headphone jack? Well, you're not alone.

Actual Innovation, an Austin-based company, plans to bring customers the first iPhone 7 case with an integrated Lightning to 3.5mm audio jack adapter.

They're called Fuze Cases and they're essentially a Mophie portable charger case with a built-in headphone jack.

The company's IndieGoGo campaign has already raised more than $21,000.

A single case is priced at $69.

Fuze: Bringing Back the Audio Jack

Actual Innovation expects it to get one of these cases in your hands by December 23.

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