Why Apple has eliminated the Jack Audio Adapter for iPhone 7 And 7Plus ? - CYDIAPLUS.com


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Thursday, 8 September 2016

Why Apple has eliminated the Jack Audio Adapter for iPhone 7 And 7Plus ?

All the rumors pointed to a removal of Jack 3.5mm connection of the new iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus. However, many were reluctant to think that Apple could end this headphone jack. Many users would complain and it will, but the company has its reasons.

A company like Apple tries to innovate in every device that brings to the market, and after the presentation of the new iPhone in July, the Cupertino not going to let innovation in the chamber of his flagship or the appearance of a AirPods connected by Bluetooth . the Jack 3.5mm connection has been completely eliminated taking a step forward in the evolution of technology.

According to Apple, they have shown real courage to go against. All companies have their connection and MicroSD Jack 3.5mm at its terminals and Apple is the only one who kept his Lightning and now wanted to send to fry asparagus other connection they had in common with the rest of the market. At least, they will include a Lightning-Jack 3.5mm adapter in the box all new iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus.

Many think that most handset manufacturers will not follow the footsteps of Apple, other manufactured more Bluetooth connection required. For now will Beats (owned by Apple) and JBL to take out the headphones designed exclusively for connection Lightning new iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus.

The new AirPods are a revolution , we did not hesitate an instant. The first Bluetooth headset with no connection between the two. own battery lasting up to 5 hours talk time and 24 hours of music, load in its own box, and hands-free Can you ask for more? Yes, they are cheap, for $ 159 headphones are better, but not with this new technology.

Hopefully soon be more manufacturers to follow the revolution, but would have expected that Apple did not give the giant step that leads us away much more from the rest of the mobile market as far as connections are concerned. If Tim Cook's team wanted to separate from the rest and be much more exclusive than hitherto certainly they have succeeded.

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