Apple could remove chargers and wired headphones from new iPhone boxes

The delivery package for the new iPhone smartphones, which Apple will introduce in the fall, could be more modest than what users expect. According to analyst Ming-chi Kuo, known for his precise forecasts, Apple will not put a charger and wired headphones in boxes with smartphones. In addition, the power adapter will be removed from the package presented in April.

According to The Verge, Apple intends to reduce costs that have increased due to the introduction of support for 5G networks in new smartphones. In addition, more compact cases will reduce the cost of transporting the iPhone. Finally, the lack of headphones in the kit may encourage users to buy much more expensive wireless AirPods. Apple traditionally presents the new flagship smartphones of the iPhone in early fall (they will appear on the market in about a month). The company generally starts the production of new smartphones in summer to ensure the supply of smartphones from the start of sales, but this year the launch of production had to be postponed for about a month due to the pandemic of coronavirus.

Earlier on the web, rumors have emerged that due to the epidemic, Apple may postpone the traditional presentation of smartphones until late fall, but so far they have not been confirmed. It is assumed that the company will introduce four new iPhones at a time. We are talking about the two heirs of the iPhone 11 and updated versions of the best iPhone 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max. The last two devices will receive a sharp edge design in the style of the iPad Pro tablet. In addition, these smartphones will receive “flat” screens instead of screens with rounded edges.

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