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These 5 pairs of discounted headphones have no courage whatsoever

Apparently Apple thinks that any company that still builds products that make use of a regular 3.5mm audio port doesn't have the courage to abandon the old standard. Well we humbly disagree, but we also don't care. While your buddy over there has to chose between listening to music and charging his iPhone 7, you have the luxury of doing both because you own a smartphone with separate audio and charging ports.
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