Steve Wozniak: Apple’s decision to abandon the audio Jack in the iPhone 7 will piss off many users
Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak said the decision of the company to abandon the audio connector in the new iPhone. According to him, it will piss off many users.
Commenting on rumors that the iPhone next generation will not be a standard connector for headphones, Wozniak said that he is not enthusiastic about this idea.
If this happens, Wozniak will have to buy an adapter for his headphones, he said in an interview with the Australian Financial Review. “But it would be my trouble,” — said the businessman. Who admitted that he does not like to listen to music through a Bluetooth connection, because “it sounds flat”.
In Android devices use the wireless standard standard AptX which provides higher sound quality, but Apple does not use it in their devices. However, despite claims to the new ideas of the company, Wozniak added that Apple is moving into the future.”
That Apple will refuse to use a 3.5 mm audio Jack for headphones in the iPhone 7 is already there can be little doubt. The vacant space the company will give another speaker or a microphone. According to the latest leaks, the second speaker grille iPhone 7 may carry a decorative function under a multi-hole is the microphone, while others will remain for symmetry.