Apple Is Now Selling $799.95 Lightning-Based Headphones

Posted: Dec 10 2015, 12:09pm CST | by , Updated: Dec 10 2015, 8:00pm CST , in Apple


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Apple  Is Now Selling $799.95 Lightning-Based Headphones

The Apple Lightning-Based Headphones are more expensive than an iPhone.

Apple is making headlines with its accessories these days.

Today, yet again Apple brought the news of the very costly headset.

Apple has added extravagant headphones for sale in its online stores.

The Audeze EL-8 priced at $799.95 and claimed to be the world’s first fully-integrated Lightning cable is the part of Apple’s online stores now.

The appearance of the headphones on Apple’s website has raised many questions.

Recently, rumors revealed that Apple has decided to ditch its 3.5mm earphone jack in the iPhone 7.

The news can be a coincidence and there might be no relation between the two.

However, it can be possible that Apple started selling these headphones because they make a good pair with 3.5mm earphone jack-less iPhone.

If Apple decides to finally move away from the 3.5mm jack then the lightening is going to be the way users will connect earphones and headphones.

All the earphones won’t be as mesmerizing as the Audeze EL-8.

The lightening cable of this headset can send full 24-bit digital signal from the iOS device to the headset through high quality DSP and 28-bit DAC.

Apple on its website states that the EL-8 will give you a lifelike listening experience. Also, the headphones have extended frequency.

The driver of the headphones is also four times bigger than the other headphones available in the market.

The construction of the device is also of aluminum, so it will last longer.

So, if you are ready to lose quite a bit of your cash than you can opt for Audeze EL-8 up from the Apple Store online.

Delivery will be made in just few days.

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