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Now we know exactly what's inside the iPhone 7 in place of the headphone jack


Now that the iPhone 7 and the iPhone 7 Plus (well, technically) are on sale, we didn't have to wait too long to see the devices torn down to bits. Naturally, we were especially interested in the part where the headphone jack used to reside on the same-sized iPhone 6S. Apple has taken a lot of flak for removing this part, so one would imagine there was a very good reason to do so. SEE ALSO: No headphone jack? Here's some wireless headphones to choose from.

OnePlus 5T review: premium full-screen experience at half cost of iPhone X

The Guardian

The OnePlus 5T propels the Chinese company into the brave new era of full-screen smartphones, with a new 6in minimal bezel display squeezed into the body of a 5.5in device.

Google Pixel 4a 5G review: cheaper with two-day battery

The Guardian

The new Pixel 4a 5G is Google's cheaper but larger 5G phone, and might just be the best. It is available in black and costs £499, fitting in between the £599 Pixel 5 and the £349 Pixel 4a. While the Pixel 4a 5G shares most of the same internal components with the Pixel 5, the look, feel and black plastic body matches the smaller Pixel 4a, just made larger. The Pixel 4a 5G has a 6.2in FHD OLED screen that is bigger than the other Pixels this year. It looks good but won't trouble the best from Samsung, OnePlus or Apple.

New iPhone is almost here

FOX News

With a major iPhone physical redesign expected in 2017, the iPhone 7 may feature just modest changes this year. Will that be enough to keep consumers interested? The closer you get to an Apple event, the more accurate the rumors tend to get. We're now a few days before the event and probably have a pretty good idea what to expect -- barring a few surprises -- according to reports and analysts. Let's go over the new stuff you're most likely to see on the next-generation iPhone at the September 7 Apple event.