uncourageWhen Apple launched the iPhone 7 and announced that they would be removing the headphone jack, the company’s SVP of Worldwide Marketing Phil Schiller called the move “courage”, in the sense that they knew a lot of people would be upset, but they went ahead with it anyway because they thought that it would be the future.


However the good news is that Apple also provided users with a 3.5mm-to-Lightning adapter, thus allowing users to still keep using their regular headphones with the iPhone 7. For iPhone 7 users who are worried about losing the adapter, not to fear because there now exists a keychain called the “Uncourage” that basically helps prevent you from losing the adapter.

Priced at $6, this is a keychain with a 3.5mm plug that you can then plug into the adapter and keep it together with your keys. This means that you no longer have to keep the adapter in your pocket, bag, or a separate pouch in which you could lose it. Of course there’s always the chance that the adapter could fall off from the keychain, but we guess this is an alternative way to carrying it around.

If this sounds like something you might be interested in, then head on over to the Uncourage website to get your hands on it.

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