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Thursday, August 06, 2015

Apple iPhone 7 Rumors: Concept Phone Without Headphone Jack Surfaces


The Apple iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus smartphones are most probably not going to feature the 3.5 mm audio jack. A new concept model of the iPhone 7 has been created by Arthur Reis that C2040-928 shows the upcoming smartphone without the headphone jack.

The iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus smartphones from 2014 and the iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus smartphones from 2015 all share similar design. However, the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus are expected to come with slimmer designs than predecessor models as they are likely to launch without the earphone jack.


The iPhone 7 concept model designed by Arthur Reis showcases that the stunning smartphone does not feature a headphone jack. The designer has added a secondary speaker grill instead of the earphone jack. Rumors C2090-558 suggest that it will be the first iPhone to feature stereo speakers.


The concept render has been created based on the current iPhone 7 rumors, which have revealed that the smartphone will be coming with waterproof chassis, wireless charging and MB2-701 AMOLED screen. The concept model is shown in four color options of space gray, silver, gold and rose gold.


The video of the iPhone 7 concept model shows that the smartphone will be accompanied by Bluetooth AirPods from Beats. The home button will be equipped with Force Touch.


The iPhone 7 and 7 Plus rumors suggest that they are not going to feature protruding cameras as well as antennae bands that can be seen on the rear panels of C2150-533 the predecessor models, Yahoo Tech reported. The concept model by Reis does not feature them.

Another well-known concept phone designer, Herman Haidin, has also released a 070-346 concept edition of iPhone 7. It shows the smartphone built with liquid metal material. The concept models designed by both the graphic designers do not appear significantly different from iPhone 6 and 6S models.


Apple's next-generation iPhone — expected to abandon a 3.5mm headphone jack — will probably replace the part with a second speaker, according to a Barclays research CA0-001 memo obtained by AppleInsider.


To power the speaker, Apple will use a second amp built by supplier Cirrus Logic, said analysts Blayne Curtis and Christopher Hemmelgarn. The headphone jack on the iPhone 6s is located along the same edge as its single speaker, which might make it a natural location to expand into stereo.

A number of competing smartphones already offer stereo speakers. Sometimes newcerts.com these are located along the same edge, but in other cases they're on opposite ends of a device, enabling better panning when in landscape mode.

In contrast with a recent report, Curtis and Hemmelgarn argued that the next iPhone will not employ dynamic noise cancellation, but instead use a basic digital codec. Built-in noise cancellation CISSP-ISSEP might instead have to wait for an "iPhone 7s" in 2017.

The analysts added that the "iPhone 7" should, however, ship with its own Lightning-equipped headphones. In January a rumor indicated that Apple might also offer truly wireless Bluetooth headphones as an optional accessory, ditching not just a 3.5mm cable, but even a connecting wire between earpieces.


The first obvious benefit concerns health, as the phones should have a reduced electromagnetic wave output.But by reducing interference from chips with this special EMI cover, Apple E20-593 can offer customers and even better wireless experience (think Wi-Fi and cellular connectivity) by reducing electromagnetic interference. This is especially important considering that the iPhone 7 is rumored to have a design that’s light on external antennas – though the report doesn’t mention any correlations.


Furthermore, by using EMI covers, Apple can create more elaborate mainboard designs and place the chips even closer together. The resulting space that’s saved can be used to increase the size of the battery. Rumors FM0-306 say that the iPhone 7 will have 3D Touch support, and that it will be thinner than predecessors. That means Apple also has to find ways to maximize battery life in a design that forces it to shrink the battery size.


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