Thursday, 15 December 2016

The 3.5 mm connector was not dead, was partying, in the docks for the iPhone 7

The 3.5 mm connector was not dead, was partying ... in the docks for the iPhone 7

The disappearance of the 3.5mm headphone jack on new iPhone 7 and 7 Plus has caused all kinds of debates, but surely we talk for a while when they appear side effects of that decision.

One such effect is clear: You can not charge the iPhone and listen to music with headphones Lightning at the same time, so how do we solve it ? Apple - and other manufacturers - will box again with the solution: turn the docks , and with them the ability to upload and listen to music at the same time.

Disappears in the iPhone appears on your dock
What had our fellow Applesfera speaking of the dock that for $ 49 (at the official store ) you will support the iPhone 7 or iPhone 7 Plus and charge while using its 3.5mm. Here it Apple seems to understand the problem and propose its solution while as always makes us scratch our pocket.

The 3.5 mm connector was not dead, was partying ... in the docks for the iPhone 7

Apple's solution will not be alone, of course: at Belkin have already announced another charging cradle or dock in which we find two Lightning ports. We can use one to load the smartphone and the other to listen to music through headphones so using the standard Lightning as through ordinary headphones,as long as previously recourse to the adapter included in the box of the new iPhone.

Phil Schiller justified the decision to abandon the 3.5 mm with one word: "courage." We would like to know how far justifies the appearance of an accessory that solves a problem that just would not exist if not for them.

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