09.07.2016 01:58 PM

Highly-Scientific Poll™ about iPhone 7


  1. Francis says:

    This is what happens you’ve been falsely labelled as being an “innovative pioneer” in mobile technology. You make desperate grand gestures like getting rid of the headphone jack, as an attempt to imitate Steve Job’s getting rid of the CD tray on the Macbook Air, when your essentially repackaging the same product for the 4th consecutive year.

    Besides the Mario gimmick, they’re not introducing anything different or new:

    – wireless bluetooth headphones have already existed for years;
    – the Samsung Galaxy was water proof 2 years ago;
    – LG (I believe) already had dual cameras.

    Nothing Apple has introduced is on the cutting edge of technology that hasn’t been done already.

    In fact, all they’ve done is handicap the iPhone for anyone who uses Aux cords for playback/recording or already owned an expensive pair of wired headphones. This is just another example of Apple making an empty gesture instead of contributing to the advancement of technology.

    [Disclaimer: I own a Macbook Air and a Samsung S7]

  2. R News says:

    I’m waiting for the iPhone7retro that has a parallel printer port….

  3. Gord says:

    Do people still use headphones with wires? How quaint!

  4. Peter Mumford says:

    I’ll want to see if the lightening port headphone input sounds good, or at the very least if the 3.5mm/lightening adapter sounds good. If they don’t, then no more iPhones for me. Bluetooth wireless audio was never intended for music.

  5. Lance says:

    Hopefully, this generation iphone doesn’t have absolute garbage chargers. With the iphone 6 Ihave been through an unbelieveable amount of chargers that eventually “may not be supported by this device. And I’m talking the Apple Store ones, not just the gas station varirty. Hell, even my original boxed one crapped out on me. And WTF is with the price of decent replacement chargers? $40 for the wire and $20 for the box?! LOL GTFOOH!!!!

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