Satechi, known for its line of accessories for the iPhone, iPad, and Mac, today announced the launch of two new USB-C accessories designed for Macs and iPads.

The Type-C Headphone Jack Adapter plugs into the USB-C port on an ‌iPad‌ to allow ‌iPad‌ users to listen to music using standard headphones with a 3.5mm headphone jack. The adapter features USB-C Power Delivery so listening to music while charging is possible.

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Satechi's Type-C Headphone Jack Adapter comes in Space Gray aluminum that matches the Space Gray ‌iPad‌, and it is available for $24.99 from Satechi's website or from Amazon starting today.

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Satechi is also introducing a new 100W USB-C charging cable, which is ideal for use with any USB-C laptop or device. The cable features reversible USB-C connectors on each side with Power Delivery support and data transfer at speeds of up to 480Mb/s.

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The cable is made from a durable, braided nylon material that's designed to protect against breakage, while an integrated velcro strap keeps excess cable wrapped up. Satechi's 100W USB-C cable is available from the Satechi website or from Amazon.com for $19.99.

Top Rated Comments

GeoStructural Avatar
68 months ago
I still can’t find a good reason (from the consumer’s point of view) for Apple to remove the headphone jack from the iPad pro. Just ridiculous.
Score: 11 Votes (Like | Disagree)
seek3r Avatar
68 months ago

Satechi is also introducing a new 100W USB-C charging cable, which is ideal for use with any USB-C laptop or device. The cable features reversible USB-C connectors on each side with Power Delivery support and data transfer at speeds of up to 480Mb/s
So it's USB 2.0 with USB-C connectors? Why would I buy this when I can buy a similar cable for a similar or (substantially in some cases) cheaper price that supports USB 3.x speeds?
Score: 4 Votes (Like | Disagree)
bladerunner2000 Avatar
68 months ago
I still can’t find a good reason (from the consumer’s point of view) for Apple to remove the headphone jack from the iPad pro. Just ridiculous.
There's a good reason: Apple wants to suck every penny out of you.
Score: 3 Votes (Like | Disagree)
G5isAlive Avatar
68 months ago
I still can’t find a good reason (from the consumer’s point of view) for Apple to remove the headphone jack from the iPad pro. Just ridiculous.
AirPod 2 announced today. I haven’t missed the wires one bit. But do get that choice is good
Score: 1 Votes (Like | Disagree)
NufSaid Avatar
68 months ago
Saetichi makes quite inferior products. I recommend waiting a while on any new product. I had three of their usb-c hubs before I had one that worked but even then the network feature does not work - just run out of patience.

Also have their keyboard which is super laggy.

Sad because the price is good and the products beautiful..
Score: 1 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Michvuee Avatar
68 months ago
Why would they add a cable for the USB C on the adapter? Why not just put the USB C on the frame so we can just stick it onto the iPad magnetically.
Score: 1 Votes (Like | Disagree)

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