IPhone owners who want to use regular headphones will now have to PAY for the adapter

Apple announced that it would no longer include a dongle, free of charge, with the purchase of a new iPhone. This will surely annoy consumers who still use the 3.5mm headphone jack

IPhone owners will have to pay extra money if they want to buy a dongle.

Lost in the fray of Apple's big hardware event was the announcement that it would no longer include a dongle, free of charge, with the purchase of a new iPhone.

This will surely annoy consumers who have yet to leave their headphones with 3.5 mm cable, as Apple has been inclined to adopt the Lightning connector and its AirPods wireless headphones.

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Apple announced that it would no longer include a dongle, free of charge, with the purchase of a new iPhone. This will surely annoy consumers who still use the 3.5mm headphone jack

Apple announced that it would no longer include a dongle, free of charge, with the purchase of a new iPhone. This will surely annoy consumers who still use the 3.5mm headphone jack

Apple previously included a Lightning to USB cable, USB power adapter, headphones to use with a Lightning connector and a dongle in the box containing a new iPhone.

Now, users will have to buy a dongle online or at an Apple store for $ 9.

Many were slow to adapt to the dongle when Apple first introduced the annoying accessory, claiming it was a design error and an inconvenience for the consumer.

The first phone to introduce the dongle was the iPhone 7, in which the 3.5mm headphone jack was abandoned in favor of the patented Lightning cable.

Users had to pay for new headsets compatible with lightning, a pair of wireless headphones or using the dongle.

The dongle, or an adapter, allows users to connect a pair of 3.5mm headphones to lightning.

The first phone to introduce the dongle was the iPhone 7, in which the 3.5mm headphone jack was abandoned in favor of the patented Lightning cable.

The first phone to introduce the dongle was the iPhone 7, in which the 3.5mm headphone jack was abandoned in favor of the patented Lightning cable.

The dongle, or an adapter, allows users to plug a pair of 3.5mm headphones into a beam of an iPhone

The dongle, or an adapter, allows users to plug a pair of 3.5mm headphones into a beam of an iPhone

The first phone to introduce the dongle was the iPhone 7, in which the 3.5mm headphone jack was abandoned in favor of the patented Lightning cable. The dongle, or an adapter, allows users to plug a pair of 3.5mm headphones into a beam of an iPhone

Lost in the fray of Apple's hardware event was the announcement that it would no longer include a free dongle with the purchase of a new iPhone, such as the Xr, Xs or Xs Max.

Lost in the fray of Apple's hardware event was the announcement that it would no longer include a free dongle with the purchase of a new iPhone, such as the Xr, Xs or Xs Max.

Lost in the fray of Apple's hardware event was the announcement that it would no longer include a free dongle with the purchase of a new iPhone, such as the Xr, Xs or Xs Max.

Apple includes a pair of lightning-shaped headphones in the box with a new iPhone, but if users have a pair of headphones or earphones that are placed on the ear that they like to use, they will have to jump for the backpack, which now costs an extra $ 9.

It seems a lot to ask since Apple started the change to the Lightning connector.

In addition, the new iPhones already have a high price.

The iPhone Xr costs $ 749, the iPhone Xs starts at $ 999 and the iPhone Xs Max starts at a whopping $ 1,099.

As expected, the decision to charge extra for the dongle generated some criticism on Twitter.

However, that was not the only announcement that generated some criticism on Wednesday.

Users were also less than impressed by Apple's name options for their new trio of devices.

Like the iPhone X, the new devices intend to pronounce the X & # 39; like ten, but many have already read it as X, which has caused some unfortunate pronunciations of the iPhone Xs Max and the iPhone Xs.

Several users said that the new devices sound like the excess iPhone and the excess of Max.

"The maximum price of iPhone Xs reflects the name …", a user tweeted.

iPhone XR vs. iPhone XS vs. XS Max

Screen size:

Display type:

Processor:

Waterproof:

Battery duration:

Fast charge:

Wireless charging:

3D touch screen:

Dual cameras:

Optical zoom:

FaceID:

Weight:

Software:

Price:

Colors:

iPhone XR

6.1 inches

LCD

A12 Bionic

IP67

Up to 15 hours

Yes

Yes

Do not

Do not

Do not

Yes

194g (6.84 oz)

iOS 12

$ 749 (£ 749

Yellow, white, coral, black, blue and red product

iPhone XS

5.8 inches

OLED

A12 Bionic

IP68

Up to 12 hours

Yes

Yes

Yes

12MP double lens

Yes. 2x

Yes

177 g (6.24 oz)

iOS 12

$ 999 (£ 999)

Gold, gray space, silver

iPhone XS Max

6.5 inches

OLED

A12 Bionic

IP68

Up to 13 hours

Yes

Yes

Yes

12MP double lens

Yes. 2x

Yes

208g (7.34 oz)

iOS 12

$ 1099 (£ 1099)

Gold, gray space, silver

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