All iPhone 12 models will ship without a charger or EarPods in the box. Here is everything you need to know about this.
iPhone 11, XR, and SE will not include EarPods and charger in the box anymore like the iPhone 12, but a USB-C to Lightning cable is included. Here are the details.
Here's how to clean your Apple AirPods to help improve their sound quality. Many people notice that their AirPods do start to deteriorate with use, and that's likely down to something unfortunate, but unavoidable - ear wax. Thankfully, one user may have the answer.
Lightning vs 3.5mm headphone jack: Apple's decision to kill the 3.5mm headphone jack when announcing the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus is still causing a bit of a stir, even though we almost knew that it was going to happen since late last year. People seem to like to be upset about anything and everything these days, and Apple's decision to ditch the little 3.5mm plug is the latest to have everyone frothing at the mouth.
A new video has made its way into the public domain that seems to show in detail the new audio accessory that will ship with Apple's upcoming iPhone 7 next month. Made available to the public thanks to a mobile accessory company, the video shows a working set of Lightning-compatible EarPods that are widely expected to be part of the iPhone 7's value proposition when it is officially announced during a dedicated press event next month.
A new report is reigniting the Apple audio accessory rumors that have been circulating since it became common knowledge that future iPhones would ship without the inclusion of the 3.5mm headphone jack. Rather than looking to offer a 3.5mm to Lightning adapter for the foreseeable, the report is suggesting that Apple is working internally on building a set of wireless EarPods that would not only ship with future iPhones, but would also have a custom Bluetooth radio that would make the accessory more energy efficient, and therefore provide elongated use between charges.
New leaked video claims to show Apple's official Lightning-to-3.5mm audio adapter for the September-bound iPhone 7. Here are more details on it.
Apple's iPhone 7's largely expected to ship this coming September without the iconic 3.5mm headphone jack on the bottom of the device. It's almost a foregone conclusion that the change will happen, which means Apple will have to provide purchasers of the device with a new way of listening to personal audio through the device.
It's generally accepted as a foregone conclusion that Apple's next-generation iPhone will hit our physical and digital shelves without the inclusion of a 3.5mm headphone jack. This acceptance has led many analysts and individuals to speculate that Apple will be reinventing the current EarPods accessory to better match an iPhone that doesn't accept the standard 3.5mm input.
The United States Patent & Trademark Office (USPTO) has once again published details of a patent application that provides us with an insight into a potential Apple product. The patent filing - titled "Audio class-compliant charging accessories for wireless headphones and headsets" - outlines an intelligent hybrid headphone system that knows whether to switch to a wired or wireless connection based on the type of audio data it receives from a connected device. This transition between states would be automated, instant, and handled without fuss by the device's built-in "control circuitry".