iPhone 7 to Launch with Apple’s Own Wireless AirPods

In accordance with a leaked document, Apple’s new flagship iPhone 7 is going to launch on 7th September along with the company’s own wireless headphones, named AirPods.iphone 7

Rumours continuously recommended that the forthcoming handset will not come with a 3.5mm headphone port. In fact, the Lightning port will be the only port of this handset, which is presently just used for the purpose of charging.
Even a latest leaked document which recommends Apple has made totally wireless headphones named AirPods seems for being confirmation which it has created the arguable decision for ditching the jack.

Apple’s own wireless headphones are called on what is basically a registration document filed by the company to the EEC (Eurasian Economic Commission), a regulatory body which handles all trademarks and patents, alongside the other policy problems in Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan, Belarus, Armenia and Russia. In fact, Mobile Telefon spotted, it additionally refers to 2 new iPhones (iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus) and a selection of Apple Watches.

Well, this has not occurred for the first timiphone 7 boxe that the name AirPods, which seems to be a play on the present EarPods, has cropped up. At first, it was referenced in a patent field of US in 2015 by what experts recommended was an Apple shell organization.

Alongside the branded wireless headphones of the company, the document also lists a new couple of wireless headphones by Beats, which was bought by Apple for just $3.2 billion in 2014.

Earlier leaked videos and the pictures are claiming for being the forthcoming handsets of Apple which show that the mobiles could come with the headphones which actually connect via the Lightning Port.

More other rumours are also coming with the arrival of iPhone 7 and the selection of Watches at the forthcoming product launch event is one of these rumours.

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