Despite the naysayers – who perhaps initially wanted to believe that the first model of Apple’s wearable would be sticking around for more than a year, the second-generation Apple Watch is reportedly pegged to enter its trial production phase – later this month.
Likely in preparation for the arrival of its new, audio-capable lightning port, (which is expected to replace the 3.5mm jack currently found on the iPhone, iPod touch and iPad), Apple on Tuesday updated its vintage products list officially making many models of its Beats headphones – obsolete.
It might seem like a crazy thought: Apple actually considering getting rid of the 3.5mm headphone jack that currently exists on its iPhone (and iPad) … but there is at least some logic behind the move.
With 2016 set to mark the introduction of the next-generation iPhone, reports have already begun to surface regarding exactly what the next version of Apple’s top-selling iPhone might offer to users.
For a long time now Apple has been rumoured to be in negotiations with some of the world’s biggest networks over a potential deal to end cable – and, over the weekend, Eddy Cue sat down with CNN to go into further detail as to how Apple may play a central role in forming that vision.