Bang & Olufsen introduced its first wireless earphones Beoplay H5 [video]
Network sources claim that Apple intends to refuse the use of a 3.5 mm audio Jack for headphones in the iPhone 7. To connect a corded headset will use Lightning interface, in addition, will retain the ability to use wireless headsets with Bluetooth interface. In anticipation of the launch of the iPhone 7, devoid of a standard audio Jack, a well-known Danish company Bang & Olufsen introduced its first model of headphones with wireless connectivity.
Due to the lack Beoplay H5 cable new suitable for regular music listening during the day and for sports. Headphones in order to be put in a pocket or bag, but they can also be worn on the neck, due to magnetic mount.
The headphones are used a 6.4-mm speakers and a small electromagnetic transducer. On the cable Beoplay H5 has a remote with buttons for volume, and using a branded app maker you can adjust the equalizer, sound picture, and other settings. The company notes that the speakers have been calibrated sound Bang & Olufsen.
Built-in battery Beoplay H5 with a capacity of 100 mAh is enough for 5 hours of music playback. Charged earphones from a small dock to which they are attached with magnets.
The earphone wire has a fabric braid, which provides high wear resistance. While in the line of the more classic version in black and pink model for girls.
It is worth noting that the iPhone 7 will not have to buy third-party headphones. Apple will release a new headset EarPods that will be present in the standard package, and will be sold separately for use with new devices running iOS.