Early rumors suggested that Apple will remove the headphone jack from iPhone 7 and the company will improve sound quality of the device as well. Now a new report claims that Apple is planning to add another speaker to iPhone 7.
As per Barclay’s research memo written by analysts Blayne Curtis and Christopher Hemmelgarn, the company will use a second amplifier manufactured by supplier Cirrus Logic to power the second speaker which will be placed on the same place from where headphone jack will be removed.
According to the report, in iPhone 7 Apple will use a lightning-equipped headphone accessory and basic digital codec. In the next generation of iPhone 7, the company will use a prospective for a vibrant noise-canceling system which will be introduced in the next year. This decision will allow the company to contain a Cirrus Logic's (an Apple audio supplier) to become highly developed noise-cancellation smart codec in 2017 that needs a digital codec to be installed in the first place.
Rumors about eliminating 3.3mm headphone jack began to circulate earlier this year, although it is vague that whether that Apple will do anything to apply the changes. If the rumor comes true, we would see lighter and slimmer device from Apple for the first time. In addition, other rumor is also spinning around that the company is preparing a Bluetooth solution for an upcoming iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus. A new saying also came which makes more sense that infact Apple will include cabled ear buds that will connect via the Lightning port. You have to wait till September when Apple will unveil the next generation iPhone with latest technology and advanced features.