iPhone 7 Will Reportedly Switch to Lightning Port for Audio →

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Joe Rossignol:

The report, citing a “reliable source,” claims the new same-sized Lightning connector will support Lightning-equipped and Bluetooth headphones, and have a DAC, or digital-to-audio converter, for backwards compatibility with wired headphones using standard 3.5mm stereo jacks. A 3.5mm to Lightning adapter would be required.

I really don’t care for the iPhone to be any thinner. I just want the 4.7″ model to have the battery life of the 5.5″ model, or better. That’s the only reason I currently use a 6S Plus.

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  • Bartłomiej Sajdak

    No. And by “no” I mean “hell no”.

    When I read that information I had a thought I’ve never had since I got my first iPhone (about 2011 I guess). That iPhone is heading in a wrong direction. And maybe it’s time for a change.

    I want my iPhone to survive at least one day of heavy usage without looking nervously on the battery indicator. And that’s currently quite not possible (iPhone 6) despite I completely turned off background refresh, fetch for most of my accounts, most of notifications etc. I still have to care.

    I’d like to have at least 20-30% of “reserve” for unpredictable situations. And be able to use background refresh at least for few apps. I think about 2200 mAh would be enough for 4,7 inch iPhone.