With the removal of 3.5 headphone jack off the Iphone 7 and probably all future Apple products. You are limited when you want to use regular 3.5 headphones or if you want to charge, and use your wired headphones at the same time.
You are also limited, if your car has a 3.5 AUX headphone jack to bring audio in, but your iphone now does not have a 3.5 output. How do you do this? Below are some products to solve this problem, and it may be cheaper than any Apple solutions — longer cables means it is less likely to be lost over Apple products.
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Adding Bluetooth or Ipod to an European vehicle is a little different than domestic vehicles. Most European brands have been using a fiber optic connection for a very long time, way before domestics and asian brands.
Fortunately, all of the cars follow the same standards – and one model will actually fit many different brands, with a flick of a dip switch or other configuration change. So that means shopping for an unit is a lot easier than the hundreds of models for non-European cars.
Unfortunately, most of the European brands are fiber optic and use a digital connection. Because of this, better equipment is needed to get the audio into your car – and usually because it is digital, it will carry digital audio along with text, playlists and album information.
The most popular item available – and probably best is the DENSION GW52MO2 , which has built in bluetooth and Ipod with USB control.
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