With the announcement of the iPhone 7 one of the most controversial movements arose with the removal of the connector 3.5 mm headphone, forcing users to acquire the new AirPods or any other similar Bluetooth device that just meant more spending.
As well, now has emerged a new report where everything seems to suggest that the death of headphone input actually would only be the first change of many, since for the iPhone 8 now think to get rid of the Lightning port.
According to a report in the Wall Street Journal (via Muertas), an anonymous informant involved with the development of the iPhone 8 has shared with the medium that Apple intends to take now the standard USB-C, so for your next smartphone it would eliminate entirely the Lightning port.
This can be good news, if it is considered as an improvement in accessibility to accessories with this type of input.
But everything now is a rumor.
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