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HTC plans to copy iPhone 7’s most hated feature

Apple isn’t the only smartphone maker that wants to kill headphone jacks. Removing the 3.5mm audio port from the iPhone 7 was the most controversial design decision Apple has made in years. Now some leaked photos have revealed that HTC plans to copy the move on its next flagship device. Notorious smartphone leaker Evan Blass […] (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens)
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