At the end of November there was a rumor that Apple would drop the 3.5mm headphone jack on the iPhone 7 and instead use the Lightning connector to connect your headphones to the device.
Now some more details have been revealed from Apple’s supply chain that apparently confirm Apple will get rid of the 3.5mm audio jack and use the Lightning port instead.
Apple is also expected to release an adapter that will allow existing headphones to work with the iPhone 7, whether this will come in the box or whether it will be sold separately for an additional cost, remains to be seen.
Other changes to the new iPhone 7 and 7 Plus will include a faster Apple A10 processor and more RAM, both handsets are said to come with 3GB of RAM and the 7 Plus may have a 256GB storage option and a larger battery.
Both handsets are also said to get a new design over the iPhone 6S and 6S Plus, Apple are expected to continue to make the same color options available.
On thing that has also been rumored for their new iPhone handsets is that the devices will be waterproof, this is something that has been rumored for a while.
We are expecting the new iPhone 7 handsets to launch in August or September, there may also be a smaller iPhone 6C or 7C some time in April with a 4 inch display.
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