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Wireless buds from Bragi could cure your iPhone 7 headphone hangover

The impending death of the 3.5mm headphone jack means there’ll be plenty of iPhone 7 owners in the market for their first set of wireless earphones.

Wireless audio maker Bragi today delivered its pitch with the Bluetooth powered Headphone (yes, that’s what it’s called) earbuds.

The $150 ($119 for pre-order customers) Headphone buds have no connecting wires and three physical buttons for controlling volume, taking calls and determining how much ambient audio makes it through.

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That audio transparency tech explains how the achingly cool kids on this car journey in the promo clip (below) are able to interact with each other despite all wearing ear buds.

The Headphone is the follow up to the $300 Dash earpieces which are now shipping to Kickstarter backers. So far reviews have attested to great audio quality and a great, secure fit, but concerns remain over the paltry three hour-battery life.

With the Headphone, Bragi is promising a six hour battery life, which is more in line with what we’d expect from Bluetooth headphones.

The Headphone is available to pre-order today (via MacRumors), with a release scheduled for November. Check them out in the video below.

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