Today Techworld woke up to a stunning announcement by Apple Inc. Only two days after the initial introduction of the IPhone 7 and 7 Plus, Apple announced immediate availability of the third, most advanced IPhone 7 product – the Super+.
The Super+ is not your regular smartphone. It is an audiophile dream come true.
Inconvenience happens. The question is, what’s the trade-off for that inconvenience? What does a new iPhone stand to provide users in exchange for no longer being compatible to the most common plug on the planet? That’s the question. If it’s a good trade, the inconvenience can be worth it.
Another day, another rumor that Apple is going to ditch the headphone jack on the next iPhone in favor of sending out audio over Lightning. Or another phone beats Apple to the punch by ditching the headphone jack in favor of passing out audio over USB-C. What exciting times for phones! We’re so out of ideas that actively making them shittier and more user...