Apple will no longer match the new iPhone adapter Lightning-to-3.5 mm headphone Jack. It is reported by Macrumors.
It is noted that a source in the company Cirrus Logic, which makes audio chip for the iPhone, indirectly confirmed that Apple will cease to match the new device adapter for the headphones. Thus, users will have to buy the accessory if you want to connect your earphones with 3.5 mm Jack. So, in the Apple store it is sold at a price of 800 rubles.
Barclays analysts believe that Apple will stop putting the adapter with the new iPhone, as the company has repeatedly stated that it is committed to a “truly wireless future.” According to rumors, the headphone Jack will lose and the new iPad, which will also be equipped with an adapter.
iPhone 7 is released in 2016, was the first Apple smartphone without a headphone Jack. Along with it, the company introduced wireless headphones AirPods, which went on sale only in December 2016. After that, many manufacturers also got rid of the 3.5 mm connector into their smartphones. Among them, Huawei, Google, Xiaomi and Sony.