Anyone who owns an iPhone 7 or iPhone 7 Plus knows the struggle of owning wired headphones. Sure you can use the free adapter that comes with the device, but that is in no way an ideal solution. An affordable accessory might be able to make the lives of iPhone 7 users easier. The accessory, which is called Mpow Streambot Bluetooth Receiver allows users to turn any set of wired headphones into wireless Bluetooth ones. The accessory connects to the iPhone or any other device through Bluetooth and lets you connect the 3.5mm jack into its headphone port. Essentially turning those headphones into wireless.

Once connected the headphones will be able to receive audio signals from the Bluetooth 4.0 receiver while the receiver gets its signal from the iPhone wirelessly. This is not only great for iPhone 7 users but also for users of older devices that have the 3.5mm headphone jack. They can use their wired headphones in this way more conveniently while working out or performing some other activity without having to hold their iPhone in your hand or pocket.


The Mpow Streambot Bluetooth Receiver features Bluetooth 4.0, a battery that offers 8-10 hours of battery life and 120 hours of standby, charge time of just 1.5 hours, ability to support both female and male headphone parts and a coverage range of up to 33 feet. Thanks to having both male and female headphone parts you can connect it with an iOS device, car stereo, audio system with Bluetooth speakers and more.

This accessory is a must have for anyone who doesn’t want his or her headphones to get wasted and doesn’t want to spend a fortune on buying new wireless headphones for the iPhone 7.

You can buy the Mpow Streambot Bluetooth Receiver for $16 from Amazon. There are other options available too at similar price points including TaoTronics Portable Wireless Audio Adapter ($16.99) and Sunnest Wireless Bluetooth 4.1 Audio Music Receiver ($13.99). (Source)

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  • Lance Garvey

    This is stupid.

  • Macface

    This is actually clever i might give this a try