Yes, yes, Apple ditched the headphone jack on the iPhone 7.
It means that you'll either need to use wireless headphones, use the included headphone jack adapter to plug in your old wired headphones, or use Apple's Lightning EarPods to listen to music.
Unfortunately, using the headphone jack adapter or the Lighthing EarPods means you can't charge the iPhone 7 while listening to music, as either the Lightning EarPods or the headphone jack adapter would be using up the iPhone's Lightning port.
Apple has announced its latest generation of iPhones will be ditching the headphone port in favor of wireless communication via the new W1 chip and 3.5mm Lightning adaptors.
Apple's new iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus ship without a headphone jack, requiring customers to use either Bluetooth or Lightning-equipped headphones. Many customers who routinely charge their iPhones while also listening to music have...
The iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus will ship not only with a pair of Lightning-connected EarPods, but also a legacy headphone adapter in the box, Apple announced on Wednesday.
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