3 Reasons The 2016 MacBook Pro Should Have Wireless Headphones
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We've all heard and seen the hilarious news, stories, and memes being posted on the internet about the new Apple AirPod. But just in case you haven't, Apple has just released its latest iPhone brand, the all new iPhone 7 with, along with a lot of redesigns and overhauls, also includes removing the iconic headphone jack.
Now, Apple has shown to the world its newest innovation: AirPods. Apple's first ever wireless headphones. If you've seen it, you'd know why people are making fun of it so much.
Wireless Headphones To Hit The MacBook Pro
Since the headphone jack is no more, speculation is swirling that Apple is also going to incorporate that new feature to their latest MacBook Pro. After Apple introduced the iPhone 7, users began sharing an email survey that they obtained from the tech giant. The survey comprised of questions regarding the users' regular use of the headphone jack on their MacBook, as well as how much they use a USB on it.
It has not yet been confirmed, but it looks as if Apple is already making plans to remove the headphone jack on the MacBook Pro as well. You might get annoyed about this as much as you were when they removed the jack on the iPhone 7, but let's examine some reasons why it's actually a great concept. Maybe Apple has a point about this whole jack-removing fiasco after all.
No One Uses It That Much
Let's be honest here, MacBook users really never use the jack that much on their laptops, if not ever. The only time we ever use it is when we're going to watch a movie on our own. That's about it. People don't really listen to music on their Macs. That's ridiculous.
Wireless Headphones Are Conveniently Good
Now let's disregard that AirPod name for a moment and think about its concept in general. Have you ever used wireless headphones before? They're actually pretty good. You can just move around without any restrictions of wires. By just that reason, you know that the idea falls all on convenience.
You Can Still Use Wired Headphones If You Want To
Alright, I get it, you just simply hate it and prefer wired headphones. Well, why not? News has been reporting that even if Apples does remove the jack, you can still use your most loved wired headphones - on other devices that are.
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