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On today's Pocketnow Daily, we talk about the iPhone XI and its Apple Pencil possible support, the new images of the Galaxy Note 10 and more
On today's Pocketnow Daily, we talk about the reasons Samsung had to remove the headphone jack on the Galaxy Note 10, the new ASUS ROG Phone 2 and more
A well-known Chinese entity has brought about video evidence that the Galaxy S10, despite the rest of the industry falling off, will keep the 3.5mm port.
With the shift from Lightning to USB-C, Apple has decided that its customers who are already paying more than $799 for a tablet can pay more for a dongle.
It's an all-too-predictable trend that's rumored to continue onto the OnePlus 6T, but will the value proposition keep up?
Here are the new features for the new USB-C to headphone jack adapter that Google has upgraded before the launch of the Pixel 3 devices
A fully furnished Pixel 3 XL box has been sent to a Russian publication. Turns out, the source says, Google has forgotten about a shipping container.
Among those factors, Face ID is included, the headphone jack goes away and old accessories won't work with this new iPad anymore.
The Essential Phone will soon be compatible with a premium sound accessory, already supporting master-quality audio, and scoring free Tidal content.
Barclays forecasts that there will be no Lightning-to-3.5mm adapter in the box with new iPhones this fall. We may see harder evidence once components supplier Cirrus Logic forecasts business outlooks for the summer.
It looks like we'll be seeing glass on the iPhone SE 2 as well as the headphone jack that some have said would never be returning to an iPhone.
A 4-inch iPhone SE 2 may well be right around the corner, according to yet another semi-reliable source, but the original's headphone jack is reportedly a goner.
It has two displays, two batteries, two headphone jacks, a hinge and all of the creativity that only two years ago could bring.
On this week's show: Huawei, Xiaomi, Apple and Acer have new hardware, Facebook has newly-revealed problems around the same old concerns and notches, people, notches, what more do you want?
Believe it or not, Sony's shift to a new "Ambient Flow" design language has been officially blamed for the removal of the headphone jack on the chunky Xperia XZ2 and XZ2 Compact.
Sure, you can listen to music with a standard pair of cans AND charge your phone at the same time, but you can't charge it quickly nor transfer data to your phone.
Users of smartphones without headphone jacks have complained about not being able to charge and listen to music at the same time. Sony may finally give a damn about their concerns.
Our readers made them the biggest stories. What exactly were they? Pocketnow reviews the articles and topics that had people talking.
If you're rocking your personal audio analog style, the whole demise of the headphone jack and the rise of the adapter has not been a happy time.
What's not found on one brand's phone is found on the others. Some leaked firmware shows a few divides between Huawei and its sub-brand Honor.
Of course there's a headphone jack on the OnePlus 5T, and according to company CEO Pete Lau, the decision was made easy by user feedback.
OnePlus pulls out its legacy from One to 5 with the headphone jack while teasing us all with mugs of tea. Five of them. Get it? We don't.
Maybe. It depends on how this design works out. The patent has been awarded and the pins are aligning. All we need to do is see it in action.