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Google removes Pixel 6A feature after blasting Apple for doing the same

Google removes Pixel 6A feature after blasting Apple for doing the same

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Less than a year ago Google mocked Apple with a Jony Ive-esque parody video... What you need to know Google announced the Pixel 6A yesterday. The company has dropped the 3.5mm headphone jack from its new budget devices. That's despite the fact it mocked Apple less than a year ago for doing the exact same thing. Google has dropped the headphone jack from its Pixel 6A less than 12 months after it made a parody video mocking the iPhone's lack of 3.5mm connectivity. Google announced the Pixel 6A yesterday, a more budget version of its Pixel lineup that costs just $449. It features two 12MP cameras and the Pixel 6's Tensor chipset, as well as 5G. But one feature was distinctly lacking from the device, the 3.5mm headphone jack. As reported by our friends at Android Central: The Pixel 6a borrows heavily from the Pixel 6 in its design, particularly its wide camera bar housing two lenses and a flash LED. It'll make the cool Pixel design more widespread, given the Pixel A series h...

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