Final iPhone 7 design decision could disappoint

By Peter Chubb - Jan 11, 2016

There has been a lot of discussions regarding the next iPhone design for 2016, and from what we are hearing, there could be one major difference, although also a design decision that could disappoint.

Let’s get the first design choice out of the way first, and is the one that most is us are talking about, and that is losing the headphone jack.

It seems as though Apple will do away with the headphone jack in the iPhone 7, and so you have the option of wireless or the Lighting port for our headphones. we did hear on the radio recently that Apple will bundle a new set of wireless earphones with the next iPhone.

Final iPhone 7 design

The Verge reports that headphone makers have already begun to gear up for the new headphones needed for the iPhone 7, and we now wonder how long it will be before the likes of Lg, Samsung and Sony will do the same thing?

As for the fears of the iPhone 7 design, 9to5Mac has learned that there are three possibly options on the table. These are a thinner look, one with no headphone jack, and the other, which is more controversial, sticking with the same look as the 6S.

The issue here is the fact it would be a two-year design, which will not go down well with people that look forward to an all-new iPhone design after the S model.

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  • Andrew Darlington

    Better question? Who cares? Ha!. Wireless headphones? Not new. Lightning port? Not new. It’ll still be an iPhone. Release it in a slightly different color than the 6s so that yuppies still get to show off their social status via the new iPhone. Everyone will love it anyhow, because no matter what happens, people will always love the new iPhone even if it literally takes steps BACKWARDS in technology people will still line up for 3 days to be the first one with it. And then place it on the table at meetings/coffee, and make sure everyone around them sees it. Gimme a break.

  • Danny Dodge

    A nice design that works > new design that sucks.