iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 plus

Apple is ready to soaring market with their new masterpiece, its next generation iPhone is expected to release in the fall of  2016.

We’ve already gleaned many details about the upcoming iPhone, giving us some information on what to expect when it launches. It is expected that new iPhone will come out with improved camera and a better processor.

Apple will continue releasing two versions of each iPhone, so we can expect to see an iPhone 7 and an iPhone 7 Plus in 2016. Apple is said to be planning to stick to the 4.7- and 5.5-inch screen sizes it first introduced with the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus.

Apple is still working on finalizing the iPhone 7’s body so we don’t know exactly what it will look like, but multiple rumors suggest it continues to use a design similar to the design of the iPhone 6s. It is said to have the same general shape, but it may have a camera that protrudes less (though rumors currently disagree on this point). Antenna bands across the back of the device have been removed, but are expected to remain at the top, bottom, and sides of the iPhone.

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Some rumored saying that  iPhone 7 will be thin perhaps through the removal of the 3.5mm headphone jack and the implementation of a thinner Lightning port. Eliminating the headphone jack will give Apple more internal space for other components, and Apple will also keep the device slim with the continued use of in-cell panels and TFT-LCD display technology. Apple may replace the headphone jack on the iPhone 7 with a second speaker for stereo audio, but there has been some contention over this rumor.

The iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus are expected to include next-generation A10 processors manufactured by TSMC.

It will feature a design that’s similar in shape to the iPhone 6s, but without rear antenna bands. It also depicts a Smart Connector on the back of the iPhone, which is an unusual inclusion.

 

According to the leaks Images depicting what could potentially be the dual-lens camera component for the iPhone 7 Plus surfaced from multiple sources in the early months of 2016. The part has an “821” number on it, which has been associated with Apple in the past, suggesting it could be a legitimate component.

 

There also appears to be a larger hole for the camera, which may protrude slightly. Some iPhone 7 rumors have suggested the camera will not protrude at all. It appears that if there is a protrusion, it will be less pronounced than the camera bump on the iPhone 6s.

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Rumors are saying that a phone will be a  good deal thinner than the iPhone 6s featuring a dual camera with a protruding enclosure and a Smart Connector like on the iPad Pro.

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It is also saying that  iPhone 7’s design will be somewhat similar to the iPhone 6s, adopting the same general design language.

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Apple is rumored to be working on a new set of wireless Bluetooth earphones that would be sold alongside the iPhone 7 as a premium accessory and alternative to the EarPods.

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An image of a device said to be the iPhone 7 Plus has surfaced, depicting a Smart Connector on the back of the device. The Smart Connector is a feature introduced in the iPad Pro,

According to Apple they are looking into wireless charging for the iPhone 7, there is no guarantee the feature will make it into the finished product. It is also not clear what method Apple would use to implement wireless charging.

Others Features including:

LTE SPEEDS

 

Apple may source some LTE modems for the iPhone 7 from Intel, perhaps adopting the Intel 7360 LTE modem and introducing faster LTE speeds on the device. The chip features faster theoretical downlink speeds of up to 450 MB/s, uplink speeds of up to 100 MB/s, and support for LTE category 10 and 29 bands.

 

BATTERY LIFE

 

Battery life in the iPhone 7 could be similar to or slightly better than battery life in the iPhone 6s.

DISPLAY IMPROVEMENTS

 

Apple is rumored to be working on AMOLED displays for future iPhones, but the technology will not be ready for the iPhone 7. The iPhone 7 will continue to use the same TFT-LCD display technology used in the iPhone 6s.

Apple typically introduces its new flagship iPhones in the fall during the month of September, and it’s likely the company will continue to use the same release pattern for the iPhone 7. We expect to see the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus debut in the fall of 2016.

Rumors suggest a 2017 or 2018 iPhone could include a 5.8-inch OLED display. One display expert speculates that this screen size could be used for an iPhone with a wraparound screen.

Apple typically introduces its new flagship iPhones in the fall during the month of September, and it’s likely the company will continue to use the same release pattern for the iPhone 7. We expect to see the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus debut in the fall of 2016.

Courtesy to : Macrumors

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