Since the first model debuted in 2007, the iPhone, like other devices equipped with a 3.5 mm audio Jack for headphones. However, recent rumors have indicated that iPhone 6s might be the last with this type of connection. It was argued that the company intends to remove from the iPhone 7 traditional connector for wired headset, replacing it with a universal port and having users connect to various audio devices via the Lightning connector.
Tuesday in the Chinese microblogging network Weibo appeared the that refutes such reports. It allegedly shows the PCB of iPhone 7. A remarkable detail of this scheme is the presence of a 3.5 mm audio output.
Many assumed that Apple would refuse audiogeek because of the desire to reduce the thickness of the product. In place of the connector is supposed to come second speaker, wired headphones will stay or die out like the dinosaurs, or to get a Lightning-to-use interface. It turns out that Apple will abandon plans to reduce the thickness of the iPhone 7?
It is possible that plans have indeed been revised. Now there is not much point in reducing the size of a smartphone, thereby reducing the battery capacity. This may affect the length of time of the Autonomous work device. On such step to go will be in 2017, when Apple will have at its disposal an energy efficient display, made by technology AMOLED. With their help, the negative impact of reduced battery capacity can be reduced to zero.
However, the good news from China about keeping a 3.5 mm audio Jack in the iPhone can be a rumor, the authenticity of the photos has not been confirmed in any way.