Apple’s iPhone 7 is still a while away from knocking on the customer door, yet new insights about the approaching cell phone are beginning to spill out.
By an extremely dependable Mark Gurman, of 9to5 Mac, Apple is as of now testing three distinct plans for the following iPhone, however, it has not yet chosen which one will be the last outline for the smartphone’s Fall dispatch. Apple will likewise dump the 3.5 mm earphone jack, as per Gurman, which appears to affirm what past reports have recommended.
Among the three distinctive handset outlines, Apple is as of now testing a totally new, slenderer look, as indicated by Gurman, and a plan B for backup that takes after the current iPhone 6S. Though the latter would be something of a lame upgrade from a design point of view, given that Apple regularly discloses a more profound change for the models that come after the S variants of the smartphone.
What’s more, with rumors running on Wall Street that Apple’s iPhone business could confront its first ever year-on-year sales decrease, Apple needs a hot new smartphone to revive customer interest.
One major change accompanying the iPhone 7, however, might be new wireless Beats headphones that Apple intends to dispatch with the phone, as per the report. The Bluetooth headphones will be sold independently and will be totally wireless (i.e. no wires to the phone and no wires between the left and right earpieces).
Remote headphones are a generally new innovation that has so far been spearheaded by littler organizations such as Bragi and Skybuds. There are different engineering and design challenges characteristic in making them, including the way that a Bluetooth radio signal can’t go through a person’s body, connecting one earbud to the other.
Obviously, given that Apple burned through $8 billion on innovative work a year ago, the organization has a lot of assets to make sense of how to flawless remote earbud innovation.