Apple to Remove Headphone Jack from iPhone- Rumor has it Apple is going to remove the 3.5mm headphone jack standard on the upcoming iPhone 7 from September 2016. The next generation of iPhone 7 is thinner than its current model and come with super slim design.
Apple to Remove Headphone Jack from iPhone 7:
According to report it is announced that iPhone 7 have a feature of single, multipurpose Lightning slot which will work double as a headphone port as well as charger.
The reports come back from Japanese website Macotakara announced that the new iPhone can support headphones with either the present Lightning connector or via Bluetooth, and these new headphones are sold-out with the new cellphone. It is expected that Apple may additionally sell a convertor that will enable users to introduce their ‘old’ 3.5 mm headphones to newer phones. Getting eleminated the earphone jack would facilitate Apple to shrink the iPhone 7 by one mm (0.04 in). In comparison of its latest smartphone, the iPhone 6s, is 7.1 mm (0.27) thick.
Such a shift would additionally mean larger, stereo headphones exploitation an inside battery would be ready to draw power directly from the iPhone, or alternative devices, if the modification is implemented across the Apple board.Elsewhere, Lightning-based headphones would expertise less ‘crosstalk’, or signal interference, according to The Next Web.
Its Lightning charging technology was then brought into replace Apple’s previous 30-pin charger in 2012Lightning-connected earphones are already offered from third-party makers like Philips’ Fidelio however Apple might be wanting to monopolise the market.
In the past, the corporate has splendidly ditched support for hardware and software once it believes it’s become obsolete.It was the primary to get rid of the floppy disk’s slot from its computers in 1998, and it additional recently did away with almost one USB-C ports on its laptops, moreover as Flash on iOS.
Its Lightning charging technology was then brought into replace Apple’s previous 30-pin charger in 2012.