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Get this $120 iPhone accessory bundle for just $40 today

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If you recently bought a brand new iPhone or if you’re just looking to give your mobile experience a facelift, one of the easiest changes that will have a major impact are your accessories. Wireless earbuds and Qi charging stands are some of our favorite additions, and you can grab both of these and more with these amazing iPhone accessory bundles.

The main attraction in these bundles is a pair of AirSounds wireless earbuds, which offer the same sleek aesthetics and true wireless experience as the AirPods at a fraction of the price. The 1st-gen AirSounds earbuds offer 3 hours of uninterrupted playback over Bluetooth 5.0, with an additional 8 hours of playback thanks to the included charging case. The AirSounds 2 offers everything the previous iteration has, but it comes with auto power-on, auto-pairing, touch controls, wireless charging, and an additional hour of battery life. 

Both of these iPhone accessory bundles include a Qi-compatible wireless charger, which you can use with any iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, iPhone X, or later. This wireless charger is the perfect way to add a modern touch to your nightstand or office desk. Finally, both of these bundles come with a 3-foot Lightning cable; It’s always useful to have an extra one handy!

Giving your iPhone experience a facelift is simpler than ever. You can grab this iPhone accessory bundle with a pair of AirSounds for $39.99 or with the AirSounds 2 for $49.99.

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