For iPhone 7 users who sorely miss the 3.5mm audio port that Apple forcefully took away from you, the daptr iPhone 7 case could be a God sent accessory. This metal bumper case features an extended length to accommodate a 3.5mm audio port, along with a second Lightning port that will, according to its creator, “have current and yet to come devices covered.” The case also boasts raised rubber edging to keep the device’s screen from touching the surface when placed face down and a clear plastic plate around the back help protects it against scratches while letting your device finish shines. The idea is to fuse, so to speak, the case with the device so it look like part of the handset.

daptr iPhone 7 Case with 3.5mm Audio Port

All told, the super slim case only add around 3mm thickness to the device, but do not that the length is bumped up rather significantly by 20mm, just so you can get the good’ol audio port back. The case will be available for both iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus, and in choice of finishes, including Rose Gold, Gold, Silver, Matte Black and Jet Black, to better match your stock device’s color. daptr iPhone 7 Case is expected to available in December 2016, priced at $49 a pop.

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