iPhone 7 will be slimmer, but without audio port

iPhone 7 will be thinner and will not have the 3.5 mm audio port, a well-known American publication confirming rumors in recent weeks regarding the changes that Apple will do for the future, or smartphone.



Removing the 3.5 mm audio port of the iPhone 7 will leave only for a port at the base of the Terminal, Lightning users being forced to use wireless headphones or adapters that allow the connection of hack 3.5 mm ports Lightning.

This audio port is based on the desire of the company Apple to make iPhone 7 thinner than the rest of the iPhone, but of course that Apple has other plans what are based on this change, one being the implementation of a new system of ambient noise cancellation.

Specifically, Apple will implement a system of ambient noise cancelling what has been developed by the British company, Wolfson Microelectronics implemented in he find iPhone 7 and helmets sold to him, Apple will ask them and partners that make Lightning to use headphones this technology.

The interesting part is that Apple would not follow to implement this technology in helmets EarPods offered iPhone 7 package, but would sell a more expensive version of their own that included, so we are talking about the same greedy strategy of Apple products.

Still, it seems that the iPhone 7 would provide Finally loading wireless and although doesn't say what standard should be used for this deployment, there are very high chances to talk about Apple Watch.

Finally, we are told again as iPhone 7 will be waterproof, Apple finally wanting to offer Smartphones that cannot be affected by contact with water, close to 6S meet this strict requirement, but the future of smartphone will definitely provide.

The last two functions are not 100% safe for deployment in iPhone 7, so Apple could ever give them, but I heard rumors of a variety of waterproof, so I consider that deploy iPhone 7.


If you found this post useful, dont forget to click the +1 button =>  

Follow GreenPois0n on Google+


blog comments powered by Disqus