article If you want to be able to hear everything from the back of your head, you’re going to want a good pair of earbud.
It’s all about sound quality, and if you want something to stand out from the crowd, there’s no better way than a pair of premium headphones.
That’s exactly what this pair of Earbuds for iPhone 8S Plus are.
We’ve got three of them and a third of them in stock, which makes them the best-selling earbuddies in the Apple iPhone 8 lineup.
They’re not the cheapest of the bunch, but they’re certainly one of the best.
The Earbud 3 for iPhone 7s Plus features a 1,920×1,080 resolution and a 2-channel microphone, both of which we’d recommend.
It also comes with a Bluetooth 4.0 LE connector, which is what you’ll be using to pair your headphones to your phone.
These earbuddy headphones are very similar to the Earbuddy 4 for iPhone 6s Plus, but there are some differences.
The 3 for the iPhone 7 is a smaller, thinner version of the 4 for the 7, and it’s also only available in black and silver.
The 5 for iPhone 5S is a little larger and more expensive, but it’s still worth the extra money for the added sound quality.
The 4 for 8S is the cheapest earbaker of the trio, but its slightly smaller than the 5 for 8, and the only one that’s available in white.
And then there’s the 6S for iPhone.
We don’t recommend picking up these headphones for the same reasons you wouldn’t buy them from a Best Buy store.
If you’re looking for something a little more versatile than the Earbumper 4, you could also get a pair with a 1-inch mic or a headphone jack, or even a Bluetooth 2.1 connection, though both of those options are significantly cheaper than the 3 and 5.
We tested each of these earbuder headphones on multiple occasions to make sure they could handle the demands of daily life, and we also wanted to make certain they didn’t feel cheap.
We tried to stay away from using the earbude as a replacement for your regular headphones, and they worked out pretty well for us.
The iPhone Earbuder 3 is a $50 earbarker that can measure up to 1,520kHz frequency.
You can use the earBuds to track your sleep, wake-up times, and more.
If it can handle 1,280kHz, you can even record your favorite songs.
The earbuzzers on this model come in black, silver, and white.
The headphone jack works with both iPhone 6 and 6 Plus models, and you can connect a third-party microphone to it.
It will work with your iPhone if you’re not using Bluetooth.
If a microphone is included, you’ll need to purchase the Bluetooth accessory separately.
The 2-chiclet microphone measures up to 7 feet.
The Bluetooth LE connector has a USB port, so you can wire up a third device to it, and an iPhone 8s Plus battery is charged through that port.
The headphones come with two pairs of earphones, one for each ear, and two AA batteries for the earphones.
We like the sound quality of these headphones a lot, and even though they’re priced a little higher than some of the others in the lineup, we think they’re worth the premium for the extra sound quality and portability.
Read on to find out how we picked them for the Best Earbudders of the iPhone 8.