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Apple again rumored to drop 3.5mm headphone jack from 'iPhone 7' for Lightning, Bluetooth

Rumblings out of East Asia again suggest Apple will ditch the industry standard 3.5mm headphone jack in favor of an all-Lightning audio solution, potentially forcing customers invested in the stalwart format to purchase new headphon...
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