Anonymous, 21 Jan 2018no jack means less cables means less untangling means a happier me. Come on No it doesn't. It only means less choice but whatever you choce, there will still be cables. I hate bluetooth headphones exactly because of the need to charge them (Well that and the extremely limited lifespan).
Alien , 21 Jan 2018I'm going to buy a jackless smartphone ONLY when there won't be any phones with a 3.5mm jack a... moreNice jokes man nice jokes.
Removing jack is healthy for your braincells also less bacteria will get contact with your ears. :-)
Anonymous, 21 Jan 2018Remove the headphone jack is ridiculous! It is not user friendly and annoying when you only ca... moreRemoving ack is good to your health.
Everyday plenty of people dies due to listening loud music outside not hearing a horn from car, train, bus, bike etc.
Also your ears could finaly have some peace quiet and rest s its good for your braincells as well.
Kyo, 21 Jan 2018Except iPhone no other phone without a 3.5mm Jack has been successful.Need I say anymore.Man allm phnes were great without jack.
Razer phone for example.
pika2000, 21 Jan 2018Meh.
In the next few years, people will move on when almost all companies ditch the jack. Mot... moreYeah, people forgot the times when the 3.5mm jack wasn't that popular, it's not everyone that remembers the 80s after all.
I do in other hand remember the annoyance of the mid 2000s and our phones having those stupid proprietary dongles. BUT: they were cheap since it was just analog wiring.
Now I'm back to mid 2000s with price corrected 10x the inflation, nice job. It sure looks like the FUUUUTURE to go back to mid 2000s.
Heck if we're going back then just gimme my dank PSP games and flip phones, I miss those! (also PSP has the jack too huehue)
[deleted post]How did can arrive at your conclusion? Would you mind explaining?
Who knows? Only time will tell really. Wait and see.
And whether you want to keep/remove the jack, only your money can do anything, nothing else. Vote with your wallet only.
CptPower, 21 Jan 2018No is not its a life killing feature.
Imagine how many people died on streets, roads and trac... more...The Internet and the high concentration of real stupidity has made me numb to sarcasm and irony, so I can't really see if this is a joke or not.
Anyway I'm laughing hard at it so I hope it IS a joke. The funnies part of the joke is that since Bluetooth headphones have their own amp inside, they're in many models actually louder (or WAY louder) than the phone's headphone jack, making the "dying by headphones" thing even worse.
Sony Xperia Fan, 21 Jan 20183.5mm jack should stay. Those who want to use USB C headphones or Lightning EarPods can use on... moreMan its not about improvement in phone its about how many lifes it can save.
In my country almost every day someone dies due to listening music and not hearing car train bus etc.
CptPower, 21 Jan 2018To be honest and i am always honest it is. Yillions of people walking in streets these days ... morePeople have eyes lol, when you cross a road you look left and right,earphones don't impair your sight, you put out some funny comments lol.
It's a false economy, plain and simple. I don't want to sit there and daisy chain dongles off my phone! It's meant to be a MORE convenient device, not less. Bluetooth is a power hog as well, and I am NOT running the risk of having my phone run out of juice when 1. I rely on it as an alarm 2. I use it during the day and need to have a full charge in the morning. Blocking off the charger with an adapter is a huge mistake, it's an absolute joke. Apple seems to be a fan of removing ports in favor of all this daisy chaining, and it looks ugly and is cumbersome. Just leave the jack!!
Anonymous, 21 Jan 2018Some are scared of change.. I remember a lot of resictance towards the removal of physical keys..LOL more of these types of ridiculous examples. Removing the keyboard really did give us something in return, didn't it?
But removing the 3.5mm jack is a compromise in the name of...well, compromise itself. It gives you nothing. It's like the removal of dedicated sim slots by most manufacturers. Mate 10 pro doesn't even have a hybrid slot. Mi 6 doesn't even have water-proofing.
They/you can give tons of stupid excuses, but in the end it's being done doe to evil and insanity. No good, valid reasons.
pika2000, 21 Jan 2018Meh. In the next few years, people will move on when almost all companies ditch the jack. Mot... moreSome are scared of change.. I remember a lot of resictance towards the removal of physical keys..
god damn it, 21 Jan 2018I still don't get why there is even a discussion, its literally less options, if you want to c... moreThere's also too many shills (tech reviewers, sites and posters) pushing this madness and trying to brainwash us into thinking it's "progress". It's mostly them who make this discussion necessary.
I still don't get why there is even a discussion, its literally less options, if you want to continue using your normal headphones you need a dongle, yey one more thing to buy for your phone that can get lost and etc, and if you are using bluetooth yey one more thing to charge and take care of. There's too many people that either dont care or are ready so swallow anything the company (they follow like zombies) tells them.
Anonymous, 21 Jan 2018Yes. Its the way forward without a doubt. Just like the CORDLESS PHONE was the way forward, ge... moreExcept it's not really cordless, because you still need to charge it and it's much more inconvenient and impractical that way. Like many of us said, technology is far from advanced enough for the removal of 3.5mm jack. It's like going off the grid and using solar panels. it may be the future, but we are living in the present.