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Rumors on Apple’s decision of removing headphone jack from iPhone 7

iPhone 7 without headphone jack

Apple’s new thought of removing the headphone jack for its upcoming release of iPhone 7:

Apple, the one and only one unique platform developer which continuously puts its efforts in delivering products is going to release iPhone 7 as part of its upcoming releases. Recently it is released its light weight devices iPhone 6S, iPhone 6S Plus, iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. We can expect a device which is of light weight and thinnest amongst all the iOS devices.

Apple’s new implementation to make the device thinner:

iPhone 7 without headphone jack

Apple’s new thought is make the upcoming iPhone 7 more thinly compared to previous releases. As part of this it’s going to remove headphone jack, this was one of the rumors spreading out about iPhone 7 in the Japanese market.

The reason behind Apple’s decision of removing the 3.5mm headphone jack is that in order to make the iPhone 7 thinner it has to adjust the device width. However, in order to decrease the thickness it can adjust the thickness of lightening cable slot but it couldn’t manage the headphone jack adapter. This is the reason why it has come to the decision of removal of the jack.

iPhone 7 headphones jack removed

So, how it is going to provide this feature is one more interesting question. Rumors spreading out that it may provide the headphone service with the help of a lightening cable which can be adjusted to headphones and can be plugged in the charging slot and the other way is with the help of Bluetooth.

We have to wait until the decision is made final. But if Apple decides to provide the support of lightening cable, the older headphones may not support this and the third party suppliers has to design a new headphone which works with the help of lightening cable and this may also costs a lot to the customers. Let’s await for the decision of Apple and see what it is planning to replace with the headphone jack

Originally posted 2016-01-06 20:51:57.