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The Next iPhone: Headphone Jack Wouldn’t Be First Technology Apple Has Killed

As a rule, Apple doesn’t like to look back. The company has never been shy about discarding old technologies in favor of new ones, even when doing so makes its customers scream. So rumors that the company might omit the venerable headphone jack from the next version of the iPhone are hardly unprecedented: There are plenty of examples of Apple making similarly extreme design decisions. Here are seven of the most radical.