“The company said it will join Apple’s ‘Made for iPhone’ programme this spring. It will use a system where the connection between the hearing aid and the iPhone goes through a separate transmitter, typically worn around the neck,” Reuters reports. “Danish competitor GN Store Nord, the world’s fourth-biggest hearing aid maker, this week launched the first ‘made for iPhone’ hearing aid in collaboration with Apple. Analysts say its product has a cosmetic advantage as it inserts the technology into the hearing aid itself, although some say this reduces sound quality.”
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