iPhone will lose the audio output, but what get in return?

Increasingly, there are rumors that Apple may remove the headphone Jack from the next generation iPhone. It would seem, what here can be possible? It turns out, several of them, and each of them is quite likely.

The first is to replace the 3.5 mm audio output 2.5 mm. As Apple tries to make their smartphones thinner and lighter, she is interested in all opportunities to make the ports smaller so they take up less space.

Unlikely, you say? An alternative is to make connecting headphones exclusively through the Lightning port. A number of manufacturers have already released appropriate accessories (same with the Philips Fidelio model), and there and others will follow.

But what about Lightning, if the new iPhone should appear in the USB connector-C? Right, and this may start a revolution in the sound industry. Users of smartphones from Apple incredibly much, and manufacturers can begin production of accessories with this connector. Cost-effective? Yes.

In the extreme version of the Apple may take a different position — to focus on wireless headphones. Audiophiles are unlikely to tell her “Thank you”, but the company will be able to get rid of unnecessary socket.

We just have to wait for the next presentation (for example, the iPhone 7) and see which option will choose the Apple.

Clifton Nichols

Clifton Nichols

Hi! I’m Clifton and I am a full-stack engineer with a passion for building performant and scalable applications that are beautiful and easy to use.

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