By Emma Sarran Webster | October 6, 2016 | Lifestyle
Ever since Apple announced the iPhone 7 a few weeks ago, everyone has been hung up on one bold new feature: the lack of headphone jack. Though the phone does come with wired headphones and a Lightning connector so you can plug them into the charging jack, take this opportunity to grab a pair of wireless, Bluetooth headphones and celebrate your freedom from tangled cords. And, if you’re looking for something other than Apple’s tiny Airpods, we’ve rounded up some different wireless headphone options.
Linea No10 Bluetooth Headphones, Caeden ($200). fab.com
These over-ear headphones capitalize on the white-hot rose gold trend.
XTFree, Skullcandy ($100). skullcandy.com
These sweat-proof buds are great for working out, but their lightweight design, which comes complete with a microphone as well as call and volume control, makes them perfect for walks along the Strip.
Wireless Cat Ear Headphones, Brookstone ($130). Miracle Mile Shops, 3663 S. Las Vegas Blvd., 702-734-0193
Let your light-hearted side shine through with these whimsical cat ear headphones featuring changeable accent lights.
EPs Bluetooth Wireless Headphones, i.am+ ($230). Apple, The Forum Shops at Caesars, 3500 S. Las Vegas Blvd., 702-684-8800
The gold discs on these headphones aren’t just stylish—they’re also functional. When you’re not using the ear buds, the discs magnetically clasp together around your neck so you don’t have to worry about them falling off.
Outdoor Tech Universal Wireless Helmet Audio Chips, Smith Optics ($130). Nordstrom, Fashion Show Mall, 3200 S. Las Vegas Blvd., 702-862-2525
Embrace wireless headphones on the slopes this winter, too, with these earpieces made specifically for wearing with ski helmets—they’re water resistant, built to sustain frigid temperatures, and include buttons that are compatible with gloves.
Everest Elite 100 Wireless Earbud Headphones, JBL ($200). Best Buy, Multiple locations
These simple wireless buds feature noise-canceling technology, perfect for taking on your travels to block out the sounds of airplane engines—or your seatmates—so you can relax.