Flip and find out why iPhone 7 Biggest Fault May Be It’s Benefit…
Here is what we just learned via DSpy:
With the iPhone 7 just mere weeks away, leaks and rumours continue to spill out onto the web and make Apple fans nervous.
The refreshed flagship is expected to receive only minor upgrades, though one huge change could spell the end for the headphone jack.
With the Cupertino company expected to ditch the standard audio port for all-Lightning adaptation, many have speculated the actual benefits of upsetting potential customers.
Now, though, Intel has jumped to the defence of phasing out the audio standard, describing how USB Type-C is the right connector for the future of our music.
Company architect Brad Saunders thinks users will grow to love the change thanks to the advantages, as it will lead to slimmer phones, clearer sound, noise cancelling and extra effects.
Obviously, the USB Type-C port now being used in Samsung’s Galaxy Note 7 and the OnePlus 3 is different to Apple’s Lightning connector, meaning all those upgrades may not translate.
While the motivation for the potential removal is currently unknown, it’s fair to assume the next iPhone will at least offer some of these advantages.
Are you worried or will you wait for the iPhone 7 be out for a minute before running to buy a new phone with issues?