Is this how Apple could compensate for taking away iPhone 7’s headphone jack?
The iPhone 7 is not even out yet, but most rumors claim that Apple will remove the headphone jack on the new device. Even though this change has not been confirmed, this decision is already generating some unrest among iPhone users who would have to adapt to new ways of connecting their headphones to the iPhone.
However, Apple might have a “fix” in place, according to new findings.
Apple is apparently studying headphones that would connect to a device using both a wired and a wireless system. As seen in the image above, the system consists of a pair of EarPod-like earbuds that appear similar to what’s currently found in an iPhone retail box. However, these earbuds can be detached from the cable that’s connecting them to an iPhone via a MagSafe-like port.
That way, users can opt to use the earphones by connecting to a device wirelessly via Bluetooth or using the regular port. This…
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