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Sacking Jack May Anger iPhone Headphone Fans

Steve Wozniak, Apple co founder recently said removing the headphone jack in the next version of the iPhone is going to “tick off a lot of people.” It’s been rumored for months that Apple would be scrapping the 3.5 mm headphone jack in the iPhone 7 it’s expected to unveil next week.

Wozniak said in an interview,said such act could upset users who have invested in listening technology that uses the headphone jack.

Ditching the headphone jack could be the prelude to another rumored new product: Bluetooth earbuds based on a very-low-powered radio chip developed exclusively by Apple.

Wozniak prefers listening to music over wired headphones, he told The Australian Financial Review, because audio through Bluetooth wireless technology, which is used by most wireless headsets, sounds flat.

However, if Bluetooth could be improved to produce better sound, he’d use wireless headphones, he said.

Such technology already exists, maintained Jeff Orr, senior practice director for mobile devices at ABI Research.

“There is the ability in Bluetooth to deliver a very high-quality audio experience,” he told TechNewsWorld. “It depends on how much a company is willing to invest in it to deliver something an audiophile would appreciate.”   I use iPhone too,please Wozniak is not gonna be favorable to music lovers like us.

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