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Rumor Apple to Kill Headphone Jack in iPhone 7

  • Author:Christine
  • Source:iPhone earphone
  • Release on :2015-12-19


Apple makes changes every year and keep bringing us surprise and higher technology. Everytime when a new iPhone is going to come out, people like to imagine what kind of changes it will have. iPhone 7 also has no exception. The latest Apple rumor is that iPhone 7 reportedly won’t have a 3.5mm headphone jack. Instead, their owners will have to use an all-in-one Lightning connector.

 

The report claims the new same-sized Lightning connector will support Lightning-equipped headphones, and have a digital-to-analog (DAC) converter for backwards compatibility with wired headphones using standard 3.5mm stereo jacks.

Apple will kill the 3.5mm headphone jack. Do you really think it will be happen?

Maybe you don't. But some people believe that it is possible. Just consider about those changes apple have brought to our life. It introduced its EarPods in September 2012, first shipping them with the iPhone 5. 

 

What has Apple done in those four years? The company acquired Beats Electronics, launched Apple Music, and opened up its MFi licensing program to include headphones that use its proprietary Lightning port.

  

All this has nothing to do with their headphones. But in June 2014, third-party manufacturers have been able to create earphones that connect to iOS devices via a Lightning cable. Once Apple removes the headphone jack, that will change very quickly.

 

Of course, the rumor also says Apple is planning to release its own Lightning-equipped EarPods, which would likely ship with the iPhone 7