Apple may ditch speaker in iPhone 8 to maximize battery
Yes, it’s Again Apple is doing something different by ditching speaker in iPhone 8 to Maximize battery.
iPhone is one of the most talked about gadgets of all times. Apple being a renowned brand has many followers and people eagerly wait for any updates or new launches made by the brand. With the launch of iPhone 7 , there are a lot of expectation settings one for the next model i.e. the iPhone 8. It has been known that Apple is going t ditch the speakers in the iPhone to get maximum output from the battery. A new sound emitter has been designed for the smartphone which will be in the form of different panels to be placed in the body of the iPhone.
Apple has taken bold steps previously as it removed 3.5 mm audio jack in its latest flagship iPhone 7. Media criticized Apple for ditching standard headphone audio jack for playback of music. We know Apple will give some amazing products and adapt new technology for its future iPhone’s.
How will it work?
Each panel will serve as a different part and will help in producing different frequencies. The iPhone has many technological holes as per the makers which they wish to reduce using this newly adapted technology. The built-in magnets in the chips will create the sound by vibrations. The audio convert in the phone will send the signals in the form of audio to make acoustic sounds which will be highly accurate. This feature will free up the space used for speakers and use the space for a better performing battery to enhance the battery life.
All this is known as the patent for this model was registered in the year November 2014. The name that is associated with the invention is of the Apple engineers. The makers have always tried to make it unique in some way or the other to grab the attention of the iPhone users.
However, the name Apple is more than enough for the product to be a success. However, there needs to be some revolutionary change for the current users t stick to the brand and maintain the loyalty for future products. So all you iPhone freaks; gear up for the iPhone 8 to be launched with the many new and exciting features.
The patent application with number 9525943 registered in November 2014. As the inventor of the technology given Apple engineers Matthew A. Donarski, Daniel K. Booth, Justin D. Crosby and Mitchell R. Lerner.