iPhone-SE 2020: in contrast to the original, the new not with a headphone Jack – CNET

iPhone-SE 2020: in contrast to the original, the new not with a headphone Jack – CNET

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The iPhone-SE for the year 2020.


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Apple this week, a new iPhone-SE for the year 2020, as a continuation of his 2016 budget-iPhone announced. With a four-year gap between the new iPhone-SE, and the older, of the Apple contain many welcomed upgrades, including wireless charging, better camera specifications and water-resistance. But for wired headset users, a further change may be more of a drag: The new iPhone does not have a headphone socket.

Since 2017, and starting with the iPhone 7, Apple began to leave the audio port of mobile phones and has not regretted it. This is different than, for example, Google, which does not equip its 2019 pixels 4 flagship with a headphone Jack, but the port in his budget Pixel 3A Tel. If you do not want to listen to music or calls through the phone speaker, Bluetooth wireless headsets, connect a dongle, or use headphones that connect via the phone-in Lightning connector.

The 4.7-inch iPhone SE starts at $399, £419, or AU$749 and goes on sale in April 17. For more information, read CNET’s iPhone-SE 2020 first-take.


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