Apple iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus Specs To Kill Headphone Jacks; No Options But Purchase Wireless Headphones – Hall Of Fame Magazine

Apple iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus Specs To Kill Headphone Jacks; No Options But Purchase Wireless Headphones

Apple might remove the usual headphone jacks in their upcoming iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus.

Consumers would be forced to switch to wireless headphones that would connect through the Lightning Dock in Apple’s upcoming iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus.

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An alleged leaked render of the smartphones, via uSwitch.com, showed no sockets for the accessories, which reportedly confirmed the tech company’s decision. Additionally, the renders/blueprints also implied that the Plus edition would sort super dual lens camera while the regular-sized version might have single lens snappers.

Much similar to Apple iPhone 6 and iPhone 6s, the next-generation devices would still equip protruding cameras. But they will have no metal rings around their lenses.

To differentiate the two smartphones, the Cupertino tech giant might install a Smart Connecter on the rear of the Plus edition while the standard-sized counterpart would not.

Furthermore, the leak reportedly gave strength to previous rumors that the Plus version would support a new set of dedicated accessories. But what could be disappointing for the music lovers was a seemingly confirmation of the fact that the company might opt to sport their flagship smartphones with only one speaker, as opposed to what has been speculated to be a dual speaker set-up.

The dimensions would also be the same: iPhone 7 to have 138.30×67.12×7.1mm and iPhone 7 Plus with 158.22×77.94×7.3mm.

Meanwhile, KGI’s Ming-Chi Kuo believed that the Plus version could possibly sport a dual back camera. According to him, the California-based firm chose to feature it in order to maintain their lead in producing high-end smartphones, 9 to 5 Mac stated.

Lastly, Apple’s decision reportedly came after seeing the consumer’s response to Huawei’s flagship phone, Huwaie P9, which was equipped with the said hardware. Ming-Chi Kuo said the dual-camera system would become a “must-have feature for high-end” mobile devices.

ALSO READ: iPhone SE: Canadians To Pay More Than US Price?

Photo source: EEIM via Wikimedia Commons|Apple iPhone 6s

Apple iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus Specs To Kill Headphone Jacks; No Options But Purchase Wireless Headphones – Hall Of Fame Magazine

Apple iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus Specs To Kill Headphone Jacks; No Options But Purchase Wireless Headphones

Apple might remove the usual headphone jacks in their upcoming iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus.

Consumers would be forced to switch to wireless headphones that would connect through the Lightning Dock in Apple’s upcoming iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus.

Like us on Facebook

An alleged leaked render of the smartphones, via uSwitch.com, showed no sockets for the accessories, which reportedly confirmed the tech company’s decision. Additionally, the renders/blueprints also implied that the Plus edition would sort super dual lens camera while the regular-sized version might have single lens snappers.

Much similar to Apple iPhone 6 and iPhone 6s, the next-generation devices would still equip protruding cameras. But they will have no metal rings around their lenses.

To differentiate the two smartphones, the Cupertino tech giant might install a Smart Connecter on the rear of the Plus edition while the standard-sized counterpart would not.

Furthermore, the leak reportedly gave strength to previous rumors that the Plus version would support a new set of dedicated accessories. But what could be disappointing for the music lovers was a seemingly confirmation of the rumor that the company might opt to sport their flagship smartphones with only one speaker, as opposed to what has been expected to be a dual speaker set-up.

The dimensions would also be the same: iPhone 7 to have 138.30×67.12×7.1mm and iPhone 7 Plus with 158.22×77.94×7.3mm.

Meanwhile, KGI’s Ming-Chi Kuo believed that the Plus version could possibly sport a dual back camera. According to him, the California-based firm chose to feature it in order to maintain their lead in producing high-end smartphones, 9 to 5 Mac stated.

Lastly, Apple’s decision reportedly came after seeing the consumer’s response to Huawei’s flagship phone, Huawei P9, which was equipped with the said hardware. Ming-Chi Kuo said the dual-camera system would become a “must-have feature for high-end” mobile devices.

ALSO READ: iPhone SE: Canadians To Pay More Than US Price?

Photo source: EEIM via Wikimedia Commons|Apple iPhone 6s

Apple iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus Specs To Kill Headphone Jacks; No Options But Purchase Wireless Headphones – Hall Of Fame Magazine

Apple iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus Specs To Kill Headphone Jacks; No Options But Purchase Wireless Headphones

Apple might remove the usual headphone jacks in their upcoming iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus.

Consumers would be forced to switch to wireless headphones that would connect through the Lightning Dock in Apple’s upcoming iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus.

Like us on Facebook

An alleged leaked render of the smartphones, via uSwitch.com, showed no sockets for the accessories, which reportedly confirmed the tech company’s decision. Additionally, the renders/blueprints also implied that the Plus edition would sort super dual lens camera while the regular-sized version might have single lens snappers.

Much similar to Apple iPhone 6 and iPhone 6s, the next-generation devices would still equip protruding cameras. But they will have no metal rings around their lenses.

To differentiate the two smartphones, the Cupertino tech giant might install a Smart Connecter on the rear of the Plus edition while the standard-sized counterpart would not.

Furthermore, the leak reportedly gave strength to previous rumors that the Plus version would support a new set of dedicated accessories. But what could be disappointing for the music lovers was a seemingly confirmation of the fact that the company might opt to sport their flagship smartphones with only one speaker, as opposed to what has been speculated to be a dual speaker set-up.

The dimensions would also be the same: iPhone 7 to have 138.30×67.12×7.1mm and iPhone 7 Plus with 158.22×77.94×7.3mm.

Meanwhile, KGI’s Ming-Chi Kuo believed that the Plus version could possibly sport a dual back camera. According to him, the California-based firm chose to feature it in order to maintain their lead in producing high-end smartphones, 9 to 5 Mac stated.

Lastly, Apple’s decision reportedly came after seeing the consumer’s response to Huawei’s flagship phone, Huwaie P9, which was equipped with the said hardware. Ming-Chi Kuo said the dual-camera system would become a “must-have feature for high-end” mobile devices.

ALSO READ: iPhone SE: Canadians To Pay More Than US Price?

Photo source: EEIM via Wikimedia Commons|Apple iPhone 6s

Apple iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus Specs To Kill Headphone Jacks; No Options But Purchase Wireless Headphones – Hall Of Fame Magazine

Apple iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus Specs To Kill Headphone Jacks; No Options But Purchase Wireless Headphones

Apple might remove the usual headphone jacks in their upcoming iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus.

Consumers would be forced to switch to wireless headphones that would connect through the Lightning Dock in Apple’s upcoming iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus.

Like us on Facebook

An alleged leaked render of the smartphones, via uSwitch.com, showed no sockets for the accessories, which reportedly confirmed the tech company’s decision. Additionally, the renders/blueprints also implied that the Plus edition would sort super dual lens camera while the regular-sized version might have single lens snappers.

Much similar to Apple iPhone 6 and iPhone 6s, the next-generation devices would still equip protruding cameras. But they will have no metal rings around their lenses.

To differentiate the two smartphones, the Cupertino tech giant might install a Smart Connecter on the rear of the Plus edition while the standard-sized counterpart would not.

Furthermore, the leak reportedly gave strength to previous rumors that the Plus version would support a new set of dedicated accessories. But what could be disappointing for the music lovers was a seemingly confirmation of the rumor that the company might opt to sport their flagship smartphones with only one speaker, as opposed to what has been expected to be a dual speaker set-up.

The dimensions would also be the same: iPhone 7 to have 138.30×67.12×7.1mm and iPhone 7 Plus with 158.22×77.94×7.3mm.

Meanwhile, KGI’s Ming-Chi Kuo believed that the Plus version could possibly sport a dual back camera. According to him, the California-based firm chose to feature it in order to maintain their lead in producing high-end smartphones, 9 to 5 Mac stated.

Lastly, Apple’s decision reportedly came after seeing the consumer’s response to Huawei’s flagship phone, Huawei P9, which was equipped with the said hardware. Ming-Chi Kuo said the dual-camera system would become a “must-have feature for high-end” mobile devices.

ALSO READ: iPhone SE: Canadians To Pay More Than US Price?

Photo source: EEIM via Wikimedia Commons|Apple iPhone 6s

Apple iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus Specs To Kill Headphone Jacks; No Options But Purchase Wireless Headphones – Hall Of Fame Magazine

Apple iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus Specs To Kill Headphone Jacks; No Options But Purchase Wireless Headphones

Apple might remove the usual headphone jacks in their upcoming iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus.

Consumers would be forced to switch to wireless headphones that would connect through the Lightning Dock in Apple’s upcoming iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus.

Like us on Facebook

An alleged leaked render of the smartphones, via uSwitch.com, showed no sockets for the accessories, which reportedly confirmed the tech company’s decision. Additionally, the renders/blueprints also implied that the Plus edition would sort super dual lens camera while the regular-sized version might have single lens snappers.

Much similar to Apple iPhone 6 and iPhone 6s, the next-generation devices would still equip protruding cameras. But they will have no metal rings around their lenses.

To differentiate the two smartphones, the Cupertino tech giant might install a Smart Connecter on the rear of the Plus edition while the standard-sized counterpart would not.

Furthermore, the leak reportedly gave strength to previous rumors that the Plus version would support a new set of dedicated accessories. But what could be disappointing for the music lovers was a seemingly confirmation of the fact that the company might opt to sport their flagship smartphones with only one speaker, as opposed to what has been speculated to be a dual speaker set-up.

The dimensions would also be the same: iPhone 7 to have 138.30×67.12×7.1mm and iPhone 7 Plus with 158.22×77.94×7.3mm.

Meanwhile, KGI’s Ming-Chi Kuo believed that the Plus version could possibly sport a dual back camera. According to him, the California-based firm chose to feature it in order to maintain their lead in producing high-end smartphones, 9 to 5 Mac stated.

Lastly, Apple’s decision reportedly came after seeing the consumer’s response to Huawei’s flagship phone, Huwaie P9, which was equipped with the said hardware. Ming-Chi Kuo said the dual-camera system would become a “must-have feature for high-end” mobile devices.

ALSO READ: iPhone SE: Canadians To Pay More Than US Price?

Photo source: EEIM via Wikimedia Commons|Apple iPhone 6s

HTC M10 Release Date, Specs & Price: Top 10 Leaks You Should Know! – Hall Of Fame Magazine

HTC M10 Release Date, Specs & Price: Top 10 Leaks You Should Know!

HTC’s next flagship smartphone, the HTC M10, is expected to be unveiled tomorrow at a virtual event to be simulcast in NYC, London and Taipei. And while nothing has been confirmed yet, several rumors and leaks have revealed what the smartphone might be like.

A new promo video for the HTC M10 — also known as HTC 10 or HTC One M10 — has offered an early sneak peak of the new mobile device and how this one will be an upgrade from the previous version. Here are 10 leaks you should know about the HTC 10, if you’re planning to score one.

Like us on FacebookHTC 10 Design

1. The HTC 10 looks like the iPhone in the front, “with a relatively clean layout and oval hardware button at the bottom,” The Verge reported. It will follow the design of the HTC A9, but will be slimmer and more compact,

2. The rear will have a new design with a chamfered edge. A camera bump and the HTC logo will also be found at the back, with the earphone socket placed on top of the phone and not the bottom.

3. The new HTC flagship phone will have a solid aluminum metal body.

HTC M10 Specs & Features

4. The HTC one M10 will feature a 5.2-inch QHD display with 2560 x 1440 pixel resolution

5. It is reported to sport a Snapdragon 820 processor, Pocket-lint.com noted.

6. A 12-megapixel camera with dual-LED flash and laser autofocus is also packed in the M10. It is expected to have an UltraPixel sensor with a wider aperture.

7. High resolution audio with MQA support is confirmed to be in the phone in replacement of the “BoomSound” found in the previous iterations of HTC.

8. Same as the HTC One A9, the HTC 10 will also have a fingerprint scanner.

HTC M10 Price

9. According to HTConeM10Plus.com, the HTC M10 price will be around US$750. HTC 10 Price in the Philippines will be over PHP 34,000, while Canada it will be more or less CA$980. In Australia, the tag will be AU$1,025 and in China, 4,658 Yuan.

HTC M10 Release Date

10. The HTC M10 Release Date live stream will be aired on www.htc.com, on April 12 at 8 am EST.

Stay connected with Hall of Fame Magazine for more updates on the latest gadgets and devices.

Apple iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus Specs To Kill Headphone Jacks; No Options But Purchase Wireless Headphones – Hall Of Fame Magazine

Apple iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus Specs To Kill Headphone Jacks; No Options But Purchase Wireless Headphones

Apple might remove the usual headphone jacks in their upcoming iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus.

Consumers would be forced to switch to wireless headphones that would connect through the Lightning Dock in Apple’s upcoming iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus.

Like us on Facebook

An alleged leaked render of the smartphones, via uSwitch.com, showed no sockets for the accessories, which reportedly confirmed the tech company’s decision. Additionally, the renders/blueprints also implied that the Plus edition would sort super dual lens camera while the regular-sized version might have single lens snappers.

Much similar to Apple iPhone 6 and iPhone 6s, the next-generation devices would still equip protruding cameras. But they will have no metal rings around their lenses.

To differentiate the two smartphones, the Cupertino tech giant might install a Smart Connecter on the rear of the Plus edition while the standard-sized counterpart would not.

Furthermore, the leak reportedly gave strength to previous rumors that the Plus version would support a new set of dedicated accessories. But what could be disappointing for the music lovers was a seemingly confirmation of the rumor that the company might opt to sport their flagship smartphones with only one speaker, as opposed to what has been expected to be a dual speaker set-up.

The dimensions would also be the same: iPhone 7 to have 138.30×67.12×7.1mm and iPhone 7 Plus with 158.22×77.94×7.3mm.

Meanwhile, KGI’s Ming-Chi Kuo believed that the Plus version could possibly sport a dual back camera. According to him, the California-based firm chose to feature it in order to maintain their lead in producing high-end smartphones, 9 to 5 Mac stated.

Lastly, Apple’s decision reportedly came after seeing the consumer’s response to Huawei’s flagship phone, Huawei P9, which was equipped with the said hardware. Ming-Chi Kuo said the dual-camera system would become a “must-have feature for high-end” mobile devices.

ALSO READ: iPhone SE: Canadians To Pay More Than US Price?

Photo source: EEIM via Wikimedia Commons|Apple iPhone 6s

Apple iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus Specs To Kill Headphone Jacks; No Options But Purchase Wireless Headphones – Hall Of Fame Magazine

Apple iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus Specs To Kill Headphone Jacks; No Options But Purchase Wireless Headphones

Apple might remove the usual headphone jacks in their upcoming iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus.

Consumers would be forced to switch to wireless headphones that would connect through the Lightning Dock in Apple’s upcoming iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus.

Like us on Facebook

An alleged leaked render of the smartphones, via uSwitch.com, showed no sockets for the accessories, which reportedly confirmed the tech company’s decision. Additionally, the renders/blueprints also implied that the Plus edition would sort super dual lens camera while the regular-sized version might have single lens snappers.

Much similar to Apple iPhone 6 and iPhone 6s, the next-generation devices would still equip protruding cameras. But they will have no metal rings around their lenses.

To differentiate the two smartphones, the Cupertino tech giant might install a Smart Connecter on the rear of the Plus edition while the standard-sized counterpart would not.

Furthermore, the leak reportedly gave strength to previous rumors that the Plus version would support a new set of dedicated accessories. But what could be disappointing for the music lovers was a seemingly confirmation of the fact that the company might opt to sport their flagship smartphones with only one speaker, as opposed to what has been speculated to be a dual speaker set-up.

The dimensions would also be the same: iPhone 7 to have 138.30×67.12×7.1mm and iPhone 7 Plus with 158.22×77.94×7.3mm.

Meanwhile, KGI’s Ming-Chi Kuo believed that the Plus version could possibly sport a dual back camera. According to him, the California-based firm chose to feature it in order to maintain their lead in producing high-end smartphones, 9 to 5 Mac stated.

Lastly, Apple’s decision reportedly came after seeing the consumer’s response to Huawei’s flagship phone, Huwaie P9, which was equipped with the said hardware. Ming-Chi Kuo said the dual-camera system would become a “must-have feature for high-end” mobile devices.

ALSO READ: iPhone SE: Canadians To Pay More Than US Price?

Photo source: EEIM via Wikimedia Commons|Apple iPhone 6s

Apple iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus Specs To Kill Headphone Jacks; No Options But Purchase Wireless Headphones – Hall Of Fame Magazine

Apple iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus Specs To Kill Headphone Jacks; No Options But Purchase Wireless Headphones

Apple might remove the usual headphone jacks in their upcoming iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus.

Consumers would be forced to switch to wireless headphones that would connect through the Lightning Dock in Apple’s upcoming iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus.

Like us on Facebook

An alleged leaked render of the smartphones, via uSwitch.com, showed no sockets for the accessories, which reportedly confirmed the tech company’s decision. Additionally, the renders/blueprints also implied that the Plus edition would sort super dual lens camera while the regular-sized version might have single lens snappers.

Much similar to Apple iPhone 6 and iPhone 6s, the next-generation devices would still equip protruding cameras. But they will have no metal rings around their lenses.

To differentiate the two smartphones, the Cupertino tech giant might install a Smart Connecter on the rear of the Plus edition while the standard-sized counterpart would not.

Furthermore, the leak reportedly gave strength to previous rumors that the Plus version would support a new set of dedicated accessories. But what could be disappointing for the music lovers was a seemingly confirmation of the fact that the company might opt to sport their flagship smartphones with only one speaker, as opposed to what has been speculated to be a dual speaker set-up.

The dimensions would also be the same: iPhone 7 to have 138.30×67.12×7.1mm and iPhone 7 Plus with 158.22×77.94×7.3mm.

Meanwhile, KGI’s Ming-Chi Kuo believed that the Plus version could possibly sport a dual back camera. According to him, the California-based firm chose to feature it in order to maintain their lead in producing high-end smartphones, 9 to 5 Mac stated.

Lastly, Apple’s decision reportedly came after seeing the consumer’s response to Huawei’s flagship phone, Huwaie P9, which was equipped with the said hardware. Ming-Chi Kuo said the dual-camera system would become a “must-have feature for high-end” mobile devices.

ALSO READ: iPhone SE: Canadians To Pay More Than US Price?

Photo source: EEIM via Wikimedia Commons|Apple iPhone 6s

HTC M10 Release Date, Specs & Price: Top 10 Leaks You Should Know! – Hall Of Fame Magazine

HTC M10 Release Date, Specs & Price: Top 10 Leaks You Should Know!

HTC’s next flagship smartphone, the HTC M10, is expected to be unveiled tomorrow at a virtual event to be simulcast in NYC, London and Taipei. And while nothing has been confirmed yet, several rumors and leaks have revealed what the smartphone might be like.

A new promo video for the HTC M10 — also known as HTC 10 or HTC One M10 — has offered an early sneak peak of the new mobile device and how this one will be an upgrade from the previous version. Here are 10 leaks you should know about the HTC 10, if you’re planning to score one.

Like us on FacebookHTC 10 Design

1. The HTC 10 looks like the iPhone in the front, “with a relatively clean layout and oval hardware button at the bottom,” The Verge reported. It will follow the design of the HTC A9, but will be slimmer and more compact,

2. The rear will have a new design with a chamfered edge. A camera bump and the HTC logo will also be found at the back, with the earphone socket placed on top of the phone and not the bottom.

3. The new HTC flagship phone will have a solid aluminum metal body.

HTC M10 Specs & Features

4. The HTC one M10 will feature a 5.2-inch QHD display with 2560 x 1440 pixel resolution

5. It is reported to sport a Snapdragon 820 processor, Pocket-lint.com noted.

6. A 12-megapixel camera with dual-LED flash and laser autofocus is also packed in the M10. It is expected to have an UltraPixel sensor with a wider aperture.

7. High resolution audio with MQA support is confirmed to be in the phone in replacement of the “BoomSound” found in the previous iterations of HTC.

8. Same as the HTC One A9, the HTC 10 will also have a fingerprint scanner.

HTC M10 Price

9. According to HTConeM10Plus.com, the HTC M10 price will be around US$750. HTC 10 Price in the Philippines will be over PHP 34,000, while Canada it will be more or less CA$980. In Australia, the tag will be AU$1,025 and in China, 4,658 Yuan.

HTC M10 Release Date

10. The HTC M10 Release Date live stream will be aired on www.htc.com, on April 12 at 8 am EST.

Stay connected with Hall of Fame Magazine for more updates on the latest gadgets and devices.