Thank God! Fruit company didn't release an absurd statement as "you are holding it wrong" type hahaha!!!
Should not have removed the jack...
As in the TITANIC -- Never let go Jack!
Anonymous, 20 Sep 2016Or it was a better idea to not remove the headphone jack at all...lol yeah of course, but it's what u get, either u compromise and adapt or u buy other things ^_^
Lol on apple, that's the problem when u r a bossy company and subcontract all the jobs, u r being lazy to check the functionality
guys please keep gsmarena out of it, their job is to tell it as it is, ain't no politics here. samsung note 7 is a nuclear bomb until its replacement comes. i personally find the 'inactivity sound cut' in iphone 7 interesting as it is meant to control unnecessary battery consumption. and apple said their next software update will fix it and make the sound permanent. i can live with that than have my palms burnt to ashes. lol.
lol its just when ur not listening to music I don't see oh that matters much if im jamming out
interesting... well at least it's a software issue, though they must act really fast or ppl will start get annoyed anyways... if it would've been hardware issue it would've taken another scale
hope they can fix it fast enough and yeah, another issue makes it more sour yet some users (a few at least) won't be bothered as much :)
That space hogging taptic engine inside the iphone, isn't really doing it any favors in terms of practicality. First it forced a smaller battery in the 6s and now it forced the loss of the 3.5mm jack on the 7. Only to introduce even more issues.
Why waste money on testing stuff, when you can have paying users do the job?
This is so typical aPple. Just look at their messaging app. Elementary stuff that should have been detected by simple alpha- or beta-testing, is allowed to stay there for years.
Only if things get an issue in the press things might get corrected.
Now iphone is way much faster...in shutting down your music.
But hey, it doesn't explode! Lol
Congratulations for creating more problems than you're solving Apple.