American Multinational Technology Company Apple has good news for its users. The company has decided to launch its new Iphone 7 with regular .5mm earpods and 3.5mm adapter.
There were rumours going round that it will not ship its products with 3.5mm adapter and .5 earpods. Another rumour were such that Apple will also discontinue the 64GB variant, and introduce the 128GB variant.
Now, a fresh leak claimed Apple is indeed ditching the 3.5mm headphone jack, but that it will ship the regular 3.5mm EarPods in the box alongside a Lightning-to-3.5mm adapter – and not the Lightning-powered EarPods rumoured to accompany the 3.5mm jack lacking iPhone 7.
This latest leak comes out of Macotakara, and it claims that Apple plans to bundle normal 3.5mm EarPods with the iPhone 7 so that its users could use it on other devices as well.
Apple is expected to ditch the 16GB variant, and make 32GB as the new base storage variant. The report further claims that there are going to be two speaker grilles on each side of the Lightning port now that there is more space with no 3.5mm audio jack. However, both speakers will be 'on a monaural system'.
Moreover, iPhone will release its new products this September – iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus, iPhone 7 Pro/Plus Premium.