Libratone's Q Adapt headphones get ready for the future of the iPhone

The company goodbye to the ol' 3.5mm headphone jack.
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Libratone is embracing the future of the iPhone with its Q Adapt noise cancelling headphones. Two models will be available with one pair that loses the battery and instead featurs a Lightning plug that lets it get power straight from your phone. The other model connects wirelessly via Bluetooth. What's really interesting is the CityMix feature that gives you four settings to adjust your noise cancelling levels based on your surroundings. 

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