New pictures show first real look of rumored iPhone 7

May 19, 2016, 4:52 am

Sneha K.

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Unlike what was expected by Apple being a brand new model number iPhone7 rumors suggest that it will not see any big changes from iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus. The design might be the same aluminium metal unibody chassis with curved edges what we have seen in iPhone 6S.

A rumored picture posted on Chinese micro-blogging site Weibo and Czech blog LetemSvetemApplem published on their website speculating it could be the upcoming iPhone 7. Though authenticity of the image could not be verified but it can be assumed the device could be probable successor of iPhone 6S.

In last couple of months we’ve been hearing iPhone 7 will not have a major shift in design from iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus, but will come with advanced futures like better camera, faster processor and may be a speedier Touch ID fingerprint sensor. If the images are to be believed, we could see a shaking differences in the device from it predecessor – with its redesigned antenna lines and hole between camera modules.

Since Huawei P9 and LG G5 have two rear-facing cameras it is rumored that Apple might bring the same feature in their device too. Apple will stick to protruding camera design like iPhone 6S which is unsightly but apple has tried to embrace it. The dramatic rumors says it might drop headphone jacks in favor of working on lightning based ear pods, also will use Bluetooth in headphones to connect wirelessly.

Though it is not confirmed if the tech giant is planning to bring bigger screen size device we could assume they’ll stick to the 4.7 and 5.5’’ screen sizes in the 2 versions of iPhone7.  It will also have a smart connector on back shell, internal specs are not yet known but it can include A10 processors manufactured by TSMC which will provide faster specs and processor speed.

iPhone 7 will be unveiled in a matter of months and could be the last to use LCD technology if reports are accurate.

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