Apple is ditching the audio jack on the upcoming iPhone 7


Apple is set announce its next-generation iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus smartphones in a matter of weeks from now. Leak after leak painted a picture of Apple’s new iPhone 7 lineup and while there have been a few discrepancies here and there, we pretty much know exactly what to expect at this point.


iPhone 7 and 7 plus design

However could shock everyone with the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 plus. The iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus are expected to feature designs that look a great deal like Apple’s current iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus. Many people has frowned at the design concept  of the upcoming devices . They pointed out that since the demise of Steve Job, Apple has lost its creative design.

The two devices are expected to be thinner than the current models in the market now, and they will also spot new antenna design.

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Dual camera set up

The iPhone 7 Plus is expected to get a new dual-lens camera at the back while the smaller iPhone 7 is thought to feature just one upgraded camera lens.

3.5mm audio jack gone

There have been countless rumour that Apple is ditching the standard audio jack  for a new USB type C,  this is done to make the upcoming devices thinner and also support wireless charging and waterproof

More colours for the iPhone 7

Apple might be introducing more colors for the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus which will even be hotter than the Rose gold.Early rumors suggested that Apple might add a new Space Black color to its 2016 iPhone lineup, and mockups of the new black iPhone look good and fashionable . It is now less that three weeks before the latest iPhones are unveiled.

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1 Comment
  1. Adeosun says

    How can Apple produce phones without an audio jack ? It’s mere rumour

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