It looks like the upcoming iPhone 12 may not come with earphones in a bid to push sales of Apple's wireless AirPods. This is in context to the wireless earphones category that Apple has created by removing the 3.5mm headphone jack for the sake of making their phones thinner.
Aside from moving AirPods Pro production to Vietnam, Apple also started assembling iPhones in India.
Apple has steadily unveiled the new iPhone models in September for years, but numerous reports suggest users may have to wait until November to get their hands on one - the firm experienced delays due to the coronavirus pandemic that closed its factories in China earlier this year.
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iPhone manufacturer Apple is tipped to cease shipping a free pair of its iconic wired white headphones ('EarPods') with new smartphones, according to renowned tech commentators Ming-Chi Kuo. Kuo is reported as saying this is being done "as a means of driving demand for the company's popular wireless AirPods which are sold separately".
Some Apple AirPods Pro situations now claim the earphones are set up in Vietnam, according to a Twitter user, numerous records on the MacRumors forums, and also one Verge staffer that lately bought a set, suggesting the firm might be decreasing its dependence on Chinese manufacturing (via MacRumors). That's understandable, though. Most people won't go out and buy a new pair of AirPods every year like they would when the latest iPhone comes out.
'We simply assume that existing users will keep devices longer and choose less expensive Apple options when they do buy a new device'.
It will still be interesting to see how iPhone owners react to this report and while most would not complain, there would be a section which would feel annoyed by this move from Apple.