iPhone 12 NEW Rumor: The Most Important 'Jack' May be Removed Next

iPhone 12 NEW Rumor: The Most Important 'Jack' May be Removed Next

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iPhone 12 series are coming on stores, possibly in September 2020. That means Apple only has less than two months to prepare the final 2020 device that the company will offer. Despite that, a lot of iPhone 12 rumors are already circulating on the internet. One of that is the plan to push the iPhone cordless, meaning a total removal of anything with a cord, just like you use for ‘headphone jack.’ Do you agree with this? 

iPhone 12 rumors you can’t imagine

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iPhone 12 NEW Rumor: The Most Important ‘Jack’ May be Removed Next

If you remember the launching of iPhone 7, way years ago, you would probably remember the plan of Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak, to totally remove the ‘headphone jack’ in the device. 

Luckily, it was not pushed through since many people demanded this plan to be thrown out. However, since the company is launching a new iPhone 12 series, reports said that there might be chances that the ‘missing jack’ will be fully done now on the next iPhone models. 

Two months ago, Business Insider reported Apple’s plan to get fully cordless with all its devices. This means that once you purchase the newest iPhone models, there will no longer be tangled pieces on the side or missing items inside your box. 

Device analyst Ming-Chi Kuo first reported this claim. He said that Apple has been lowering the prices of their AirPods to accommodate people who will have cordless iPhone 12 soon.

This is just one of the unbelievable changes rumors on the iPhone lineup. Besides that, we also heard about the ‘no charger or earpods’ inside the box, giving an absolute argument that Apple may be pushing its cordless plan. 

Why Wozniak doesn’t like ‘headphone jack’

iPhone 12 NEW Rumor: The Most Important 'Jack' May be Removed Next

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iPhone 12 NEW Rumor: The Most Important ‘Jack’ May be Removed Next

In 2016, PC Mag reported about an online petition that was conducted with a hashtag #SaveJack. Groups of Apple consumers demand Wozniak withdraw his plan to throw out the headphone jack, saying that “Not only will this force iPhone users to dole out additional cash to replace their hi-fi headphones, but it will also singlehandedly create mountains of electronic waste-that likely won’t get recycled.”

Wozniak, however, had a boastful statement at the time, saying “I would not use Bluetooth. I have cars where you can plug in the music, or go through Bluetooth, and Bluetooth just sounds so flat for the same music.”

The former Apple official even described his actions as the iPhone ‘future.’ And since the plan did not happen four years ago, the ‘future’ may be staring at us in 2020. 

For now, let’s wait a little longer for the release of the iPhone 12. And see if this plan pushes through. 

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