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Subject: Apple predicted to remove the Ring/Silent switch on the iPhone 15.
Date: Tue, 21 Mar 2023 09:01:43 -0700
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Apple predicted to remove the Ring/Silent switch on the iPhone 15.

"Hands off my mute switch, Apple"

This would be a shame. It's an iconic feature of the iPhone that the 
competition doesn't have and it provides an easy way to silence a phone 
that cannot be unintentionally switched on or off.

But everyone wondered when it would be decontented given the removal of 
the physical SIM card slot (U.S. models only), 3D Touch, and the 
headphone jack, all of which add expense to the product.

“If you are not an expert on a subject, then your opinions about it 
really do matter less than the opinions of experts. It's not 
indoctrination nor elitism. It's just that you don't know as much as 
they do about the subject.”—Tin Foil Awards