Despite repeatedly expressed in recent opinion about what’s included with the iPhone 7 Apple will supply new headphones with Lightning interface, recent posts talking about what to bury old EarPods prematurely.
According to the publication Business Insider, Apple will have the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus, lacking a 3.5 mm audio Jack, regular headset EarPods, but will also make the adapter to connect to the Lightning connector. The publication cites sources of Europe’s largest Bank Deutsche Bank.
Also a resource confirms earlier rumors about the presence of 3 GB of RAM in the iPhone 7 Plus with dual camera, waterproof case smartphone better sound (possibly stereo speakers) and touch the Home button with the waste.
For a long time there were disputes about how Apple solve the problem with the headphones for the iPhone 7. It was assumed that the company will move to the production of EarPods with Lightning interface, or will offer users wireless headphone modification. Authoritative source claims that the company decided to do much easier: “man up” iPhone adapter Lightning to 3.5 mm.
Purchase iPhone 7 will mean that the use of headphones with traditional plug-in “mini-Jack will become impossible, which, of course, upset those who don’t limit themselves to capabilities of standard headset.
Of course, the market probably will react quickly, and the corresponding models will appear in the assortment of all the leading brands of audio equipment, especially that model with the Lightning already present in the model series of companies such as Philips, Sony, and Harman. However, at first, consumers will likely still have to put up with a bulky adapter and a limited range of Lightning-models with high prices.
In June that Apple will equip the iPhone 7 with a standard headset and Lightning-adapter according to the publication MacOtakara. Sources also confirmed that the iPhone 7 will be released in a configuration with 256 GB of flash memory, which will replace the 128-Gigabyte iPhone 6s. In addition, the smartphone will indeed be two speakers on the bottom panel, the second will take the place of a 3.5 mm headphone Jack. But talking about the stereo sound supposedly is not: two speakers, as noted, form a monophonic sound.