The iPhone 7 is probably at its release in the fall of 2016 but sadly it will have no 3.5mm headphone jack.
The iPhone has a standard 3.5mm headphone jack since its introduction in 2007. But according to a new report, the next generation of the phone will only connect to headphones through its Lightning port or wirelessly over Bluetooth.
Sources familiar with Apple’s plans confirmed that the company have a version of the iPhone 7 on which the 3.5mm headphone jack has been replaced by a Lightning port. Company wants to replace the standard audio connector on the next flagship smartphone by a universal Lightning connector.
If this proves to be so, it would mean that the future iPhone would be the first model of Apple’s smartphone that would bring this connector and it is practically essential in almost any device that can play audio.
Although majority will not like the idea for a very simple reason that they could not connect any handset of any existing brand to this hypothetical iPhone 7, at least directly.
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