iPhone 7 All-in-One Lightning Connector Rumored

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After USB Type C as introduced by Apple on 2015 Macbook, there could be revolution in smartphone as well. The iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus are doing a great job for Apple as anticipated but real revolution always happens with a new generation of iPhone model launched every second year. Yes, the iPhone 7 is coming up and although we are very early into rumors, it’s high time to cover up iPhone 7 rumors, news, specifications that it might come up with and all other details.

A recent report from Mac Otakara, Japan based reliable Apple news website claims that Cupertino company is planning to move from traditional 3.5 mm headphone jack on iPhone 7 to something latest, like the All-in-One Lightning Connector.

According to the report claims, all new lightning connector will perform all in one capabilities supporting Bluetooth headphones with a DAC and it will be backward compatible with wired headphones too [3.5 mm to Lightning adapter will be required]. There are also rumors that Apple will release Lightning-equipped EarPods which will be inbox accessory with new iPhone models starting next year.

The iPhone 7 is expected to launch in Fall 2016 and it’s anticipated to be 1 mm thinner than current existing iPhone 6S with 7.1 mm. There will be also a Plus size model with naming as iPhone 7 Plus but before those two devices comes up we have Apple Watch 2 and iPhone 6C in sight.

Source – Mac Otakara , Via – MacRumors