A Guide To Replacing Your iPod Headphones

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Although the original Apple iPod headphones are some of the most stylish and coveted available, due to their plain white design, they aren’t necessarily the best when it comes to creating the perfect listening experience. Many iPod users will eventually choose to upgrade their earphones, and there are a huge number of options available when they do so.

Apple Earphones With Remote And Mic

If you don’t already own these then there are a number of reasons why you might consider upgrading from the standard Apple earphone offerings. These earphones are compatible with the iPod Touch and iPhones 4 and 3GS. They come with buttons that’ll let you adjust the volume, control which music or videos you’re playing and, if you use them with the iPhone, answer and hang up your calls.

Higher Quality Earphones In The Style Of Apple’s Own

If you don’t want to give up the stylish white original earphones because you love the way they look on you then don’t worry, as there are a number of manufacturers creating higher quality earphones in line with the looks of the original. For example, JBuds sell in-ear earphones in a wide variety of styles, and some are specially marketed to match the white Apple iPod earphones.

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Apple to Introduce NFC Service on iPhone

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Apple has the added advantage of possessing a large financial database containing user credit-card numbers, iTunes gift-card balance and even bank data. This data can be easily synchronized to work with NFC-based services. Taylor Hamilton, an analyst at consultant IBISWorld Inc, feels that the introduction of NFC-based services on Apple devices has the potential to turn Apple into a big ticket e-commerce player. The introduction of NFC-based services will give Apple Inc. an opportunity to participate in the $6.2 trillion a year goods and services market in America. Additionally, Apple could potentially save big on credit card processing fees and other overheads by offering a direct bank debit facility to its customers once the NFC-based services are in place. → Read More