The launch of Apple's iOS 11 beta boasts new features for Apple users that make the software upgrade attractive, including a ‘Do Not Disturb While Driving’ auto reply feature, Siri voice upgrade, and Loop and Bounce option for picture taking. But before you get excited and download the beta, you should know your PayAnywhere app is not compatible with this release.
Of the recent announced changes to the iPhone 7 range, the removal of the standard 3.5 mm audio jack is turning out to be the most controversial. Audiophiles are decrying the fact their high-end headphones and earbuds are useless with the new iPhone, and the now defunct ability to listen to your music while charging your iPhone (something that Apple claims not many people did; however, it is a main complaint mentioned in several articles about the audio jack removal). Apple is including a 3.5 mm jack Lightning adapter, which will enable people to continue using their wired headphones and earbuds, with the iPhone 7, but it still won’t let users listen and charge at the same time.
As it does every September, Apple recently held its press conference where CEO Tim Cook showed the world the newest models of its iPhone, and the big news this year was not about a new design or fancy feature, but rather on what the latest iPhone models do not have – a 3.5 mm headphone jack, leaving the Lightning port as the only port on the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus.