Trying to untangle from unnecessary wires? Don’t worry; Apple is on your rescue

Trying to untangle from unnecessary wires? Don’t worry; Apple is on your rescue

Cupertino, California | Red Newswire | Jan 9, 2016 Last Updated at 2:00 PM IST.

Trying to untangle from unnecessary wires? Don’t worry; Apple is on your rescue

The innovation strand in the company’s DNA is continuing to surprise everybody. The company Apple is set to acquire more digital space in market; this time by introducing its own premium BEATS branded wireless in ear, ear-buds. This came after rumors of the company removing its headphone jack of 3.5 mm from iPhone 7, came into news.

The ports are reportedly going to be scrapped from the design according to a report from 9to5Mac; instead the ear buds can be just recharged from the recharge case and viola! You got yourself a pair of wireless ear bud, waiting to be put into your ear.

As its collaborating with BEATS, The wireless earphone accessories might not come with the iPhone 7  rather, possibly as a single entity with noise cancellation and microphone to work with Siri.

As Apple is known for, this time also the design will be completely different from the Bluetooth ear buds of companies like LG, Samsung, Plantronics etc. The ear buds are not going to be connected by a single wire, instead each bud will come with separate batteries and wireless chips.

The battery life of buds is speculated as less than 4 hrs if they do not come with a recharge case by 9to5Mac.

The company has recently launched its iPhone 6S battery case and therefore it is unclear whether or not the recharge ports of buds will be embedded into this kind of batteries in the future for a quick charge when away from power outlet.

There are rumors that iPhone 7 is going to be packed by a only a single Lighting port. It probably will sacrifice its headphone jack in favor of slimmer, waterproof design. To gain control over the market they may use this lighting port as the only way to connect its wired headphones.

By: Rishi Sharma @Rednewswire