Posted October 08, 2018 15:03:11A new $99 extension cable for Apple’s new headphones is one of the most exciting products we’ve seen in a while.
It’s designed to be used in a pinch to supplement an already limited, if not nonexistent, Apple ecosystem of streaming music and video.
It has a headphone jack, which plugs into the back of your Apple TV and can be used to play music and podcasts without a separate power adapter.
It also works with a variety of devices, including Apple TV, AirPods, and iPhones.
We’ve used it with our AirPigs to stream music from our Mac and iPad.
But the cable we tested was an extension cable, meaning it had an extra plug for Apple to plug into a computer.
We also had to install another Mac app called A-Tune to stream Apple’s popular Beats 1 radio station to our Macs.
It’s hard to say whether or not this new cable will be a huge hit for Apple.
Apple is already working on new headphones, including a new model for the new Apple TV.
But we doubt it will be an overnight success.
The cable can only be plugged into one of two ways: a power adapter or a USB-C port on a computer, not a separate headphone jack.
(You can plug your headphones into the power jack on your computer and use it for everything else, but the USB-c cable won’t work for streaming.)
This new cable is also missing a few features that Apple is touting in its product description.
For one thing, it doesn’t work with AirPig’s Beats 1 Radio app.
Instead, you need to download the Apple TV app.
Apple hasn’t shared details on how this works, but we assume the Apple app works with the cable as well.
(It also works on iPhones.)
While we liked the $99 cable for its ability to plug directly into the Mac’s power port, it lacks the headphone jack and is only compatible with Apple TV or AirPegs.
And it has to be connected to a computer first, as it’s only available with Mac OS X 10.12.5 or higher.
Apple also dropped a few details on its new cable’s specs.
It has an HDMI output, a USB 3.0 port, and a USB 2.0 Type-C to Type-A port, but only a USB Type-2 to Type A port.
It can’t use the Lightning port, which Apple uses on MacBooks, iPads, and iPods.
And the cable is limited to 1.2 meters in length.
The new cable, like the $149 extension we tested earlier this year, also doesn’t have an Apple-specific spec, so you’ll need to plug it into your Mac in order to use it.
Apple’s product description doesn’t mention the headphone plug, either.
Apple hasn’t released details on pricing or availability for the $129 Apple TV extension cable.
But the cable will go on sale in late October for $99.
It comes in the form of a sleek black cable with a red and blue “i” logo on the side.