Apple can give up a 3.5 mm headphone break at the iPad entry level

Apple can give up a 3.5 mm headphone break at the iPad entry level

Apple gradually removed a 3.5-mm headphone break from the entire iPhone and read all iPad models except for the initial level version. The last bastion may soon fall: on new bends, the device has no classical interface; the image has published MySmartPrice.

According to MySmartPrice, the rendezvous were obtained from a manufacturer of accessories who prepares briefcases for the iPad 10th generation. The appearance of the device has not changed significantly in recent years: in 2017, the diagonal of the screen increased slightly, the technical part has advanced from generation to generation. It seems that the front and rear lines will become flat, as many other devices in the brand line have been.

It is reported that the screen will become larger than the current 10.2-inch model and that the main camera module will be executed in the iPhone X style. Finally, the bottom end of the USB-C port will end up with the entire iPad line. And it's a bit embarrassing for the quart of dynamites on the body of the device -- previously, this luxury was only present at the iPad Pro top, and it would be amazing if the entry level model had a better sound than the iPad Air and Mini.

Finally, it is worth noting that the basic iPad is widely used in educational institutions in a number of countries, and parents with teachers are unlikely to be happy when low-cost headphones cannot be connected to tablets. It may be that Apple will continue to offer a new generation of devices this fall.