More than 200,000 Signatures Obtained To Keep The 3.5mm Port On The iPhone 7



Already 200,000 signatures collected  to persuade Apple not remove the 3.5mm jack on the iPhone 7. The question that some people might asking themselves is “Is it OK to remove Apple 3.5mm port of your next iPhone? ”  Maybe It’s time to evolve. That’s why Apple, as a major company is in process to remove the headphone Jack To Make The iPhone 7 thinner. But on the other hand, the best for all users is to use a standard port, allowing you to use any headphones or buy really cheap accessories.

But my opinion is solely mine and I may be wrong. Sure there are users who prefer the Lightning and not the USB-C to replace the jack 3.5m others you will think there is no need to change the port in any case. If you belong to the latter group, you must know that you are not alone and there are a group of more than 200,000 people who have started an online petition to Apple does not take a step which they claim will “to annoy customers and the planet. ”

Recently,  theere have been a lot of rumors about the iPhone 7 of being released without a 3.5mm jack and compatible only with headphones Lightning were floating on the web. Therefore, people started a petition that has collected 200,000 signatures down.

The petitioners are asking Apple to change their minds and keep the connector 3.5 mm jack on the iPhone 7, because otherwise many people will be forced to buy headphones Lightning or any adapters but are likely to reduce the audio quality of the end headphones high. Clearly, this petition is based only on news is not official, but in the meantime has already collected more than 200,000 signatures.

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