The outrage that some have exhibited over Apple's decision to remove the 3.5mm headphone jack from the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus likely isn't going away anytime soon. The Cupertino-based company does supply a Lightning-to-3.5mm adapter with each phone sold but in reality, it's just something else to leave behind or misplace during a busy day.

What's more, the adapter prevents you from charging your device while headphones are plugged in.

If you've found yourself facing these circumstances lately, a project currently seeking funding on Indiegogo may be worth a look.

The Fuze case is, well, a protective case for your iPhone 7 or iPhone 7 Plus. What's unique about it is that it reintroduces the 3.5mm headphone jack, thus eliminating the need to carry around a dongle or adapter. It also has a Lightning port through which you can presumably charge your phone while listening to music and an integrated battery (2,400mAh for the iPhone 7 case and 3,600mAh for the iPhone 7 Plus version).

It's worth noting that the images of the device on the Indiegogo page differ a bit from what's shown in the video above. Its creators say the original design was to have an extended base where the 3.5mm jack would be stored but after prototyping and testing, they decided it was too bulky and unattractive. Instead, backers will receive the case shown in the still images which measures 5mm thick and weighs 28 grams.

A pledge of $49 at the early bird tier will get you on the list for a Fuze case for your iPhone 7 or iPhone 7 Plus. The flexible funding campaign has a month left and has raised a little over $2,600 of its $60,000 goal thus far.