Sunday, 14 February 2016

iPhone 7 May Get Rid Of 3.5mm Headphone Jack And Replace It With A Second Speaker, Say Analysts

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Apple could leave the 3.5mm headphone jack into the next iteration of the iPhone and replace it instead with another speaker.

Barclay's research received a copy of the memo.

The second speaker was probably the same and can be seen on the shore as the current speaker removed the headphone jack.

It is expected that the next generation of two speakers are placed on the bottom edge of the phone, will not provide stereo sound.

To date, a significant number of smartphones on the market are equipped with stereo speakers. Some of these devices these speakers, especially when landscape mode, allowing for improved pan, are placed on opposite ends.

In addition, analysts say that investors will not employ the device active noise cancellation feature. Rather, it will use a basic digital codec. This feature even arrive in 2017 and be one of the best selling points of the iPhone 7S.

Going forward, it is noteworthy that analysts say will land equipped with the Lightning for the next iPhone headphones.

Last month, bought by a rumor back in Microelectronics Wolfson Cirrus alleged iPhone 7, 2014. speculated that the company will make a noise canceling technology employed by Curtis and contrary to recent claims Hemmelgarn.

According to reports, software and headphones for this feature will be included in the new iPhone. Headphones to support planning companies will need to pay for a license.

Tech Times also said that many leave the Apple iPhone and iPhone 3.5 mm headphone port 7 of 7 Plus Amateur delved on a report.

Bluetooth Earbuds

Emerged in January that a rumor claiming that Apple is in a high-growth wireless headset. Yes, this means there is a string attached to his left and right earpieces that two separate pods. This next generation phone 7 are expected to be released this coming fall as well.

It also called for similar care with a dash of headphones Bragi headset and the Motorola Hint, which was shown at the 2016 CES in January.

But, it is best to take the latest report with a huge grain of salt for now as well as rumors of the iPhone 7.

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