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Apple to Ship iPhone 7 With 3.5mm Headphones and Lightning Adapter?

Apple to Ship iPhone 7 With 3.5mm Headphones and Lightning Adapter?

Posted June 20, 2016 at 8:55pm by iClarified · 17159 views
Apple may be planning to ship the iPhone 7 with headphones that have the standard 3.5mm connector and include a Lightning adapter, reports Macotakara. It's been widely rumored that the company plans to drop the headphone jack on its next generation smartphones.

At Computex Taipei 2016, many manufacturers showcased their new Lightning audio adaptors, and it seems there has been rumors that the EarPods with Remote and Mic to be included with the new iPhone 7 series will still come with its own headphone jack as usual, and that a Lightning headphone jack adaptor will also be included in the package.

The site also claims that the iPhone 7 will feature speakers on both the left and right side of the Lightning port.

Furthermore, rumor also has it that the row of holes on the base speaker will be located on both the left and right sides, and it will be equipped with 2 speakers on a monaural system.

Finally, as we saw earlier today, the site says that the iPhone 7 is also rumored to come with a 256GB storage option.

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Kk - June 21, 2016 at 10:17am
If they could just not drop the 3.5mm headphone jack that would be great
Dalimar - June 21, 2016 at 5:27am
Your headphone port is now also your power port. Who wants to bet that complaints that people cannot charge their phones due to damage to the port goes up big time, specially if they are expecting you to use an adaptor. You would have a non-flexible piece sticking out of the bottom of your phone by about an inch. The risk of hitting and bending/breaking off the plug will be huge.
MitchelM - June 21, 2016 at 5:16pm
Yeah and sometimes you want to charge as you listen so this wouldn't be possible. Smaller phone probably indicates crappier battery. I hope they address that battery issue finally.
. - June 21, 2016 at 7:09pm
I own a 5s and the battery isn't so bad for me.
MatrixXx - June 21, 2016 at 3:47am
No headphone jack no buy!
Bearcat - June 21, 2016 at 3:22am
Why wouldn't they just make the change to the new one..
Dave - June 20, 2016 at 9:02pm
What's the point????
Busters - June 20, 2016 at 9:58pm
To make headphones through lightning sound improved and crispier because lightning delivers better audio. I like this change anyway.
What the
What the - June 20, 2016 at 10:27pm
What the. The whole world uses jacks of different size For music. No musician or band in the world uses anything else. The music quality does NOT depend on the 3,5 mm jack. Thats total bs. If you want better sound buy better headphones. The only reason why they are dropping the 3,5 mm jack is being able ti make the iphone thinner.
Busters - June 20, 2016 at 11:30pm
I'll have you know, I said what I said because boomstick can get the same results about what I previously mentioned so yeah there's no denying and no excuse for this not to work. In general you are right about thinner iPhones being achieved, but on another hand, you're missing the point. Apple is trying to make us feel like using the ports from older devices but in a thinner style like trying to support MacBook ports that don't fit like Ethernet for example.
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