Scosche Hasn’t Forgotten About the Aux Cord Lovers

What if you need a new Aux Cable for your vehicle now that you have plans of getting the iPhone 7? SCOSCHE has your back!



If you looked at the Apple keynote with a side eye because they have effectively ripped the headphone jack out of the iPhone 7,  and now you will have to ride to work without your favorite tunes, be sour no more. Scosche has announced that their Strikeline Cable will be available in the fourth quarter of this year for $39.99. The three foot long cable will instantly connect to your iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus through the lightning connector to your car stereo.

Another upside to this bold move by Apple, which is even better for us as users, is not only will the cable allow you to pair to your car, but to your on-ear headphones as well. Also featuring a built-in microphone for hands-free calls and for activating Siri, the Strikeline by Scosche is essentially a one, two punch for both your car and on the go.

Available for $39.99, for more information on the Strikeline Cable, head over to Scosche today!


Also Scosche has announced their Strikeline Adapter, which is a bit different from the Strikeline, as it’s a headphone/aux adapter with its own built in controls for your lightning devices on your iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus. The premise is simple: You can connect your current 3.5mm headphones to the adapter and enjoy music directly from the lightning port. This is the perfect accessory for us who don’t want to give up our current pair of earbuds. The Strikeline Adapter will be available this fall for $39.99.


Lastly is the StrikeDrive Converter Kit which is an Aux-in audio converter for your lightning devices that will not only CHARGE your iPhone 7 and 7 Plus, but you can also stream music from your car. This item already has become one product I have on my radar as I wondered how Apple would handle both charging and audio simultaneously. Compatible with ANY existing lightning charge and sync cable, this is a perfect accessory for folks who do not have the Bluetooth option in their cars. Featuring a 10-watt (2.1A) output, you will be able to listen to your music and podcasts, all while getting the fastest charge rate possible.

You can find more information about the StrikeDrive Converter Kit or any other of the new line by Scosche today at!

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Greg Alston
Diehard Apple fanboy, and lover of all things tech. Born and raised in Washington, DC, Greg enjoys spending time with his wife, family, and friends, live sporting events, good bourbon, Tetris, and pizza. In that order.