At the bottom of the case there are two equally sized spaces which are said to be for speaker grilles, suggesting that there won’t be a 3.5mm headphone jack.
The rumour that Apple would be removing the headphone jack has been circling for some time, with many industry analysts claiming Apple would use the Lightning connection to plug in headphones, or bundle a pair of wireless AirPods with the iPhone 7.
It was initially reported that Apple would keep the headphone port, but use a new D-shaped connector instead.
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Removing the headphone port would make the iPhone 7 thinner than previous generations and also potentially make it waterproof.
The iPhone 7 is expected to be announced in September, so until then we just have rumours to go on.
For now, take them with a pinch of salt, but if you're an avid Apple fan you may want to hold off buying an expensive pair of headphones until the new phone is revealed.
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