Apple an iPhone without ports and holes


Apple is expected to launch an iPhone next year without buttons, ports or holes, writes "The Sun".

Users will be forced to charge the cordless mobile phone and use Bluetooth headphones instead of wired ones.

The news was announced by Jon Prosser, who regularly predicts Apple's new discoveries long before they hit the market.

According to Prosser, which also has its own Front Page Tech channel on YouTube, Apple plans to launch the iPhone without ports sometime next year. The firm's goal is to launch iPhones without ports or holes. Apple has in fact delivered designs for such devices to the U.S. Patent Office earlier this year.

There are technically buttons on the side of the phone, but they are completely invisible.