Posted by Britnee Bryles on October 7, 2016 at 3:28 PM. Filed under Mobility, News .

If you haven't heard the big news, major cell makers like Apple and Motorola are eliminating the 3.5mm auxiliary cable jack from their newly released phones, which include the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus. Where is it going? Why is it going away? And, most importantly, what does that mean for headphones and the way you will listen to music or any audio for that matter?

In this Innovation Straight from the Source video, we sit down with one of our product experts here at Jasco who fills us in about why the popular auxiliary jack for headphones is getting a facelift by transitioning into a Lightning or USB-C input.

 

 


 

About the Author | Britnee Bryles

Britnee might be known as Jasco’s Gadget Guide on videos, but her technical title at Jasco is the Marketing Communications Administrator. Britnee handles all internal and external communications for the Jasco Sales Team, which are a diverse collection of works such as shareable social videos, new product launches, sales meeting presentations, and trade show materials. Britnee has her BA in Journalism from the University of Oklahoma, an MBA from Mid-America Christian University, and in 2012 she won the 30 Under 30 Award. Outside of work you can catch Britnee volunteering with the Junior League of Oklahoma City at the VA hospital or the Women’s Shelter.

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