Purported iPhone 7 Leak Shows A Headphone Jack


Good news for all those who do not want Apple to remove the 3.5mm headphone port with the arrival of the iPhone 7. While we assume a device with a design similar to the current, more subtle, and with a slightly redesigned rear, perhaps the only rumor a bit ‘more concrete, at least until the time of this writing, was that relative to disappearance of the 3.5mm jack plug on the new device. Well, according to reports from a very reliable source, at the end of the connector for headphones may still be around. As mentioned by the French website NoWhereElse.fr, which already have been leaked rightly many components iPhone and many other devices, an image coming from China shows a component of a course iPhone 7 leaves room for jack 3.5 mm.

The above image, published in Weibo, shows a very similar to the iPhone 6s component. In the same area the previous model, the iPhone part 7, there is space for the Lightning connector port and that both had said he was going to remove. If images are to be real, there are only two options: yes finally that include headphone port or in that space mess another component to be determined.

With so many rumors of the elimination of 3.5mm port, personally I find it strange to write about otherwise. The music industry frowns removing the headset port because it limits the audio quality. Other companies like Intel also want to eliminate the port and it seems that 2016 will mark the beginning of a new standard that will probably end up being the USB-C.

audio-Jack-iPhone7As always, we will have to wait to see if the iPhone finally arrives in July with headphone port or not. It would not be the first time that details and components that are not included in the final device, tell that to the iPhone 5s and camera 12 megapixels camera or the NFC chip that filter both had spoken until finally included in the iPhone 6. What do you think? Will Apple keep thw 3.5mm port on the iPhone 7 or not?

(Source: Weibo, Via: Nowhereelse.fr [Google Translate])

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