The last remaining iOS device to be removed from the headphone jack

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Apple’s last remaining headphone jack on any iOS and iPadOS device still on sale is set to expire at the launch of the 10th generation iPad later this year, recent reports indicate.

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According to the alleged presenters obtained by mysmartprice From a subsidiary manufacturer, the 10th generation iPad will feature a slightly thinner new design with flat edges and a rear camera bump. The report reiterates several existing rumors about the 10th generation iPad, including a bigger display, a USB-C port, A14 Bionic chip, 5G support and more.

10th Generation iPad MySmartPrice Render


It appears, along with these design changes, Apple is also planning to remove the 3.5mm headphone jack from the device, as there is no sign of a headphone jack on the device. As Apple moved the iPad Pro, iPad Air, and most recently, the iPad mini to a more uniform design, it ditched the headphone hack.

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Apple began removing the 3.5mm headphone jack from its iOS and iPadOS devices in 2017 with the iPhone 7. The last remaining iPhone with a headphone jack, the first generation iPhone SE, was discontinued in 2018, and the last iOS device with a headphone jack was discontinued. The seventh generation iPod jack was discontinued earlier this year. With the launch of the sixth-generation iPad mini last year, the entry-level iPad became the only remaining iPad model with a headphone jack.

If the renders prove to be correct, the launch of the tenth generation iPad will mark the end of the headphone jack on any new iOS and iPadOS devices. Apple is expected to announce the 10th generation iPad with the new iPad Pro model with the M2 chip later this year. bloombergK Mark Gurman recently reported that Apple plans to release iPadOS 16 to the public in October, so it’s possible that the 10th generation iPad and new iPad Pro models will also be unveiled in October.

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