Apple is continuing from its iOS device to gradually eliminate headphone jacks, while iPad mini 6 is the latest iPad that removes the function.
iPad mini 5 has a headphone jack at the top of the device, but iPad mini 6 does not include this feature. Since there is no headphone jack, the iPad mini 6 supports a Bluetooth headset or a headset that can be connected to the USB-C port on the device.
Apple has now removed the headphone jack from all devices in its iOS product line, except for low-cost “iPad” and iPod touch, iPod touch may be eliminated and almost no update.
10.2-inch iPad 9 Continues to provide headphone jack in the upper left corner of the tablet, which is the only “iPad” with headphone jack. In view of this tablet, it has a headphone jack that allows students to use the headphones provided by the school.
Although Apple has now eliminated the headphone jack from almost all iOS devices, the Apple’s Mac continues to provide headphone jacks, including the latest M1 models. Currently unclear whether Apple plans to remove headphone jacks from Mac from the future, but this may not appear in the card because MAC has more available space for headphone jack components.
Apple began to remove the iPhone’s headphone jack iPhone 7, which was pulled to the space to give other components, and by removing the entry point to increase the resistance of water. Over the years, Apple’s iPhone and IPAD have become thinner, more compact, and have a richer function, and have no space for headphone jacks. With the transition to AirPods and other Bluetooth wireless headphones, headphone jacks are no longer so important to many iOS equipment users.