As we have already reported , Apple could permanently remove the input jack 3.5 mm from the next iPhone . To connect our headsets will use the door Lightning, or some wireless technology, but at the same time there would be more room for one speaker better .
Apple back in 2013 he deposited a patent on a new technology, to improve the audio speaker. An implementation of this new engineering has come to life with the iPad Pro, which uses the internal components as parts speaker audio, to improve the quality and intensity of the sound , while maintaining the compact size. The challenge for Apple engineers is this: reduce the size of the iPhone 7, without neutering the sound quality of the built-in speaker. If on the one hand, therefore, the Cupertino company wants to remove the input jack to be able to reduce the thickness, of the other must find a solution, it represented precisely by this patent, to maintain good quality audio. We’ll see if this will also light on the upcoming iPhone 7, which should arrive in the fall.