This major change in Apple’s upcoming iPhone, users will be shocked

by nativetechdoctor
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Apple was the first smartphone maker to deactivate the 3.5mm audio jack on its device. At the same time, there is news that the company is planning another change. According to reports reported, users will not receive ports at the company that will begin in 2021. That is, iPhone users in the future will get the full experience with wireless devices. This means that users will not find a connection on your Sun iPhone, which is a very special and different experience.

According to a report by MacRumors, Ming-Chi Kuo analyst said that this time Apple will release its iPhone, which was launched in 2021, in a different way. The report said that no port was specified on the new iPhone. In such situations, it might surprise the user how to charge the device. It can be assumed that the company provides a wireless charger with this device similar to a wireless headset, so there is no charging problem.

Ming-Chi Kuo has made several revelations about the upcoming iPhone SE 2 and informed that this device can be released next year. The full screen is displayed, but the face ID function is missing. Instead of Face ID, the company plans to develop a Touch ID. However, the company has not yet made an official disclosure about the device to come. Kuo also said that along with the iPhone SE 2, the iPhone SE 2 Plus can be launched. It can display 5.5 and 6.1-inch screens.

In 2016, Apple removed the headphone jack from the iPhone 7 device. If the company puts the device on the market without connection, this in itself can be a great innovation. Also, nothing can be said about how many users will like it. Because the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus don’t have a headphone jack, consumers are disappointed and the company is also criticized.

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