Are headphone jacks coming back?
Amid the Google I/O 2019 whirlwind, Google announced its Pixel 3a and Pixel 3a XL will reintroduce the 3.5mm headphone jack.
The (partial) return of the headphone jack comes later than we hoped.
Will Samsung bring back headphone jack?
After all, the Galaxy Fold, which is relaunching in September, doesn’t have a headphone jack, either. The future — for phones at least — is headphone jack-less. You can choose to resist it all you want, but just like they did with removable batteries, flagship phones will inevitably drop the jack.
Why is there no more headphone jacks?
Taken as a whole, they add up to clear signs that things are going to change. The first big reason is of course that the headphone jack takes up quite a lot of space in a device where every cubic millimeter counts. The headphone jack only does one job, so it’s an expensive sacrifice from a design point of view.
Will Apple bring back the headphone jack 2019?
The headphone jack lives! While the headphone jack might eventually die, right now, in 2019, it’s alive and could be a major selling point for the four versions of the Samsung Galaxy S10. Apple ditched the 3.5mm jack back in 2016 with the introduction of the iPhone 7, and some of us still haven’t gotten over it.