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Sunday, 5 February 2017

Should Apple continue to sell cables and adapters?

Over the past few months we have thrown some very interesting questions related to Apple and its products:

Today, we have a new question for you ...

Apple removed the 3.5 mm jack. For the EarPods on the iPhone 7 and on the iPhone 7 Plus to take the next step in the advancement of mobile technology and present their new AirPods.

In addition, it has been speculating for some time that the apple bite company is finally planning to incorporate a wireless charging system into the 2017 iPhone.

It seems Apple is trying to plan a wireless future for its users. But since Cupertino have always been characterized by employing a very aggressive marketing strategy taking advantage of the limitations of their products and selling cables and adapters for all kinds of purposes.

So, should Apple continue to sell adapters for their devices?

Apple, let's leave the tangles of cables in the past ...

Since Apple included a Lightning adapter for 3.5mm headphones. Along with the iPhone 7 and nobody knows what to think. Will they continue to sell their EarPods Lightning or focus on improving AirPods technology?

What is certain is that if technology continues to advance, it makes no sense that Apple continues to offer HDMI, Micro USB, digital AV, 30 pin, etc, etc adapters . In fact, their adapters are usually not exactly very cheap ... Not to mention the low quality of cable materials to charge the iPhone and iPad battery.

Since 9to5mac have wanted to launch a survey to ask if Apple should continue to include adapters with their new iPhone, in my humble opinion (and do not usually wet) I think the time has finally come to say yes to wireless technology FOR EVERYTHING . Let's leave the plots in the last century! But here the truly important thing is your opinion. What do you think?

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