Don’t be Sad with Apple’s supersized handsets. Apple’s iPhone 7 will be unveiled in 2016, bringing a new features and new design.
Apple is said to be working on completing the iPhone 7’s body and gossips about it are beginning to heat up. With the iPhone 6S Apple provided its best handset yet, but aside from sporting certain fancy new 3D Touch technology, it was also similar to the iPhone 6. so we’re hoping and expecting for huge changes: think a complete new design, bunch of new features and lots of power.
The web is full of supposition about new iPhone(s) that Apple will unveiling in 2016, and in this article we collect all the rumors about the iPhone 7
iPhone 7 Release Date
Apple normally reveals the new iPhone in September at a big occasion, and although rumors at all times pop up that it’ll arrive later or earlier, the new iPhone generally comes out right on schedule every fall. If we were betting individuals we’d say the iPhone 7 will possibly arrive in September 2016. But according to a ‘reliable source’ Apple might actually bring it to marketplace before. Sadly, how much before is unclear, but it will take time to even finish manufacture and development of the phone, so we wouldn’t have supposed to see it before the summer. Whatever the situation, we’ll keep you informed with all the rumors and news over the months leading up to the next iPhone’s 2016 introduction.
iPhone 7 Design
If Apple follows its own mobile style the iPhone 7 should come with an completely new design. . Exactly what form that alteration will take remains to be seen, but there are several rumors.
The iPhone 7 is expected to be thinner than the iPhone 6s, with Apple using the elimination of the earphone jack, improvements in in-cell panel technology, and a slimmer Lightning port to make the iPhone 7 slimmer, maybe as thin as the iPod touch. Gossips suggest the iPhone 7 will be between 6.0mm and 6.5mm. Apple’s existing iPod touch measures in at 6.1mm, compared to 7.1mm for the iPhone 6s and 7.3mm for the iPhone 6s Plus.
Which show that the next iPhone will be slimmer than the 7.1mm-thick iPhone 6S it’ll be dropping to between 6mm and 6.5mm thick. feature liquid metal, water resistant, and eliminate antenna lines. The image spectacles a sleek-looking iPhone back plate with subtle antenna lines along the top and bottom ends of the device. However, the antenna lines still exist, they are not as much prominent than the ones on the iPhone 6 and 6S. The camera bulge seems to have disappeared too. The report claims that the earphone jack has been removed and replaced by another speaker.
iPhone 7 Camera
According to reliable resources Apple may be planning to introduce two versions of the iPhone 7 Plus — one that contains a single-lens camera like the iPhone 7 and one that contains a dual-lens camera system. This would be a strange move for Apple because it would splinter the iPhone lineup, and it should be noted that the rumor has not yet been confirmed by another source.
Images show what could potentially be the dual-lens camera component for the iPhone 7 Plus textured 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 genuine component.
It includes a dual camera with a protruding enclosure and a Smart Connector, the purpose of which is not known.
A new shot of the rear of the iPhone 7 has appeared and it suggests the camera lens will be slightly bigger as well as a redesigned antenna line on the back. It doesn’t seem to be a dual-camera lens, but it looks much bigger so may mean some big improvements on the camera tech.
There are rumored to be some unique features between the iPhone 7 and the larger-screened iPhone 7 Plus. The iPhone 7 may send with 2GB RAM, while the iPhone 7 Plus could contain 3GB RAM, and there is said to be a different camera system that uses dual cameras instead of one.
According to rumors, Apple may be planning to introduce two versions of the iPhone 7 Plus — one by a single lens like the iPhone 7 and a next with a dual-lens camera system that offers DSLR-like image quality with 2-3x optical zoom and enhanced performance in low light conditions.
iPhone 7 Battery
Battery life on the iPhone has never been astonishing, but it may get a minor boost on the iPhone 7. It was one of the greatest fault of the iPhone 6S, so we’re really hoping for some perfection here. Sadly, though, if the phone does slim down more as is being rumored there’s not much expectation of a big juice pack
An leaked image of the battery said to be for the iPhone 7 has surfaced, listing a capacity of 7.04 watt-hours. That’s a little larger than the equivalent battery capability listed for the iPhone 6s (6.61 watt-hours) and almost same to the iPhone 6 (7.01 watt-hours). Voltage is not noticeable on the alleged iPhone 7 battery, thus the exact charge capacity is not yet available, on the other hand should be similar to the iPhone 6 battery.
If this is the iPhone 7’s battery pack, that’s good news for iPhone users. However, the source is unidentified and it is difficult to verify whether the battery is real or not, so treat this rumor with suspicion
iPhone 7 Screen
Apple is rumored to be working on AMOLED displays for upcoming iPhones, but for the iPhone 7 the technology will not be ready. The iPhone 7 will continue to use the same iPhone 6s TFT-LCD display technology.
Another rumor comes from Apple telling supply chain sources suggest that the iPhone 7S will be the first Apple phone to feature an OLED display and it will be switching from LCD panels to OLED panels in next few years.
Sadly, we’ll have to wait for the iPhone 7S because it doesn’t seem like the technology will be here in time for iPhone 7.
iPhone 7 Rivals
The iPhone 7 is likely a way off until now, so some of the main competitors haven’t launched yet either. The big one rivals are in the form of the Samsung Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge. Both of these handsets have received five star reviews on techradar – which we haven’t given out to a handset for two years – so Apple has some hard work to do.
iPhone 7 Power and OS
As for the OS, we want to see the iPhone 7 land with iOS 10, since we’re up to iOS 9 on the iPhone 6S. But gossips of what we’ll see in iOS 10 are thin on the ground.
The iPhone 7 could be in for a vast performance boost, with rumors that phone will pack a hexa-core A10 chip, up from just a dual-core processor in the iPhone 6S. We’re doubtful that Apple would go for that much of a jump, but it’s a sensational thought.
We’re not expected to see any more RAM in the iPhone 7, as Apple simply just pushed the iPhone 6S up to 2GB, so it will likely stick with that for a while.
iPhone 7 Cost
There aren’t any price rumors yet, but in all likelihood the iPhone 7 will cost roughly what the iPhone 6S currently retails for. That means we could well see the iPhone 7 costing £539 for a 16GB version, £619 for 64GB, and £699 for the 128GB iPhone 7 the starting price might be even higher.