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Tuesday, 21 June 2016

IPhone 7 could include EarPods with Standard Connection

All rumors have pointed out that the new iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus will not have a headphone jack 3.5 mm, which has led to speculation that enough about the possible accessories that might come. In that regard he heard about a new wireless version of the EarPods that come along with the new smartphone brand.

But now a new report has been published in the Japanese site Mac Otakara suggests that Apple could launch the iPhone 7 3.5mm headphone jack and a standard 3.5 mm connector with Lightning adapter to allow connecting to the new dispositives. This information comes from sources in Computex Taipei 2016 and the reliability of the source can not be confirmed, so we must be cautious about believing it.

The truth is that the fact that a EarPods come with a 3.5 mm seems an unusual choice for Apple, even if an adapter is included in the box. "At Computex Taipei 2016, many manufacturers showed their new lightning audio adapters, and seems to have been rumors that the headphones that come with the new iPhone 7 will have their own headphone jack, as usual, and an adapter lightning will included in the box. "

In other rumors that have seen the light in the past, including one's own Mac Otakara, it has been suggested that Apple will introduce a new design EarPods that connects to the iPhone through the Lightning port or Bluetooth, which would facilitate a better making transition from 3.5mm to an adapter. And although so far we have only heard rumors about the podium EarPods not know exactly what will be the company plans about it.

Other reports Mac Otakara also reiterated the possibility that the 256 GB of storage will be a new option and suggests that the iPhone 7 will have holes for the speakers both the right side and the left port Lightning, taking advantage of the space left by the headphone jack. Although instead of introducing stereo sound, the site believes that the smartphone will feature "a monaural system."

Rumors about the fate of the space left by the removal of the headphone jack have been quite varied. Early rumors pointed to the possibility of the arrival of two speakers to get stereo sound, but later rumors and design schemes have cast some doubt on whether the iPhone 7 will feature a dual speaker system.

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