While we are still approaching the Apple March Event 2016 and may get goosebumps with the new iPhone 5se, it is pretty sure that we may face the all new iPhone 7 without any headphone port! Wait, that means the second speaker will be in its place just like in the iPad. And now we have found the analysis from the Barclay’s research department about something important.
“APPLE WILL NOT ONLY REMOVE THE PORT, BUT REPLACE IT WITH SOMETHING ELSE: A SECOND SPEAKER WITH THE STEREO OUTPUT.”
The Barclay’s report proposes that Apple will innovate the all new earbuds with a Lightning port with the iPhone 7, offering a wired answer for private listening. What’s more, a month ago, 9to5Mac’s Mark Gurman guaranteed that Apple is taking a shot at Bluetooth-associated Beats earbuds, which would not just be remote in the basic way we think of them, they will additionally be wireless with no wire dangling between the two buds. They will be sold as a set independently from the iPhone 7, obviously, and definitely not be cheap, that’s of sure.
Apple is always good at providing better listening experiences to the users. This is one of the perks on the latest smartphones as well as the tablets. All things considered, it is a completely fundamental thing to have a headphone port on every phone and tablet. Apple’s play here is apparently slim down the iPhone considerably by discarding the old tech, yet it will require many individuals to move/dump their old earphones, or alternately utilize a connector, which could create additional costs.
Regardless, this appears as a major bet for Apple if genuine. What do you think, can Apple pull-off this new tool for their new iPhone 7 with the new concept of wireless headphone strategy? I think they should re-design their new iPhone 7’s whole unibody!
“A SECOND CIRRUS LOGIC AMP WOULD BE USED TO POWER THE SECOND SPEAKER.”