- May 17, 2012
Why would you need to use the headphone port when your iPod or iPhone is docked? The only time I can think you would need it is if it's docked for charging and you need to listen to music with headphones and in that case, most docks have a headphone port. Either way that's a very rare occurrence.I do not know about the 3.5 mm headphone port at the bottom of the phone. I have it on the touch and hate it there, it is always in the way when using docks etc. I rather prefer the placement on the current iPhone.
You are correct, my listening is exclusively through headphones. And most of the port outs in docks are line level out so that you can hook it to a stereo not a headphone out.Why would you need to use the headphone port when your iPod or iPhone is docked? The only time I can think you would need it is if it's docked for charging and you need to listen to music with headphones and in that case, most docks have a headphone port. Either way that's a very rare occurrence.
So perhaps a gesture in front of the lens, like the sideways "hang loose" might initiate a phone call....Anyone think they might have centered the front-facing camera to facilitate a new "3D" gesture-based UI?
I could only see them doing this if they could get rid of the seam between the white faceplate and the edge of the screen AND they could get the color of white to match that of the face of the phone. Considering that the latter is impossible (unless they move to a completely reflective screen technology), the white pillarboxing probably wouldn't happen.This means that a large portion of the apps in the App Store will work on day one, but that many others, especially those that use custom graphics, will have to be pillar-boxed or letter-boxed depending on orientation. I especially like Will Hains’ suggestion that the white iPhone could even receive a white pillar-box, although I’m not sure this sounds very ‘apple-ey’.
Well I hope it tops previous sales. It's going to be the newest iPhone! It better be more sales!More than rumors I love the analysts that always say the next iPhone will top previous sales. Thank you Captain Obvious. This is typically the only true statement that half those analysts get right among their predictions.