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New USB-C audio standard joins the iPhone 7's quest to kill the headphone jack

The future of mobile device audio is here, and if you hated the iPhone 7’s Lightning connector headphones, you’ll loathe this new solution. The USB Implementers Forum (USB-IF) recently announced the audio specification for USB Type-C was now complete. Officially named the USB Audio Device Class 3.0 specification, this new release sets the standard for how audio should work over USB Type-C.
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