iPhone 7 Might Loose The 3.5mm Headphone Jack
There are rumors everywhere these days that Apple’s next iPhone might ditch the traditional 3.5mm headphone jack in favor of a Lightning connector. So don’t invest more in high-end headphones just yet.
Apple has brought users better features and increased functionality in its products. With the rumored Lightning audio connector, headphones will be able to draw power from an Apple device, which means that they won’t require an internal battery of their own. That translates to lighter cans and one less device for you to charge.
Philips already has a pair of Fidelio headphones available that use a Lightning connector, and says this ensures zero crosstalk for a cleaner signal and improved stereo separation.
New connector or not, there’s no reason to line up in Cupertino with your pitchfork when the iPhone 7 comes along. Put your pitchfork’s DOWN!