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There is still a need for a headphone jack on a smartphone
There is already huge amount of wired headphones people use only with their phones.
It would create huge amount of headphones thrown away.
Wireless earphones and headphones are considerably more expensive than the wired alternatives.
People aren't using Bluetooth headphones because they aren't as widely manufactured. Removing the headphone socket will cause the industry to advance and produce greater numbers of Bluetooth-compatible headsets.
Without mini jack socket phones can be smaller and thiner.
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What does that have to do with whether or not there is a need for a headphone jack?
This does not mean it needs to use the traditional auxiliary cord.
Wireless headphones and earphones don't output audio to the same quality as their wired alternatives
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