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Even if the iPhone 7 will most likely be released in September 2016, a lot of rumors have surfaced about it. Apple has released its iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus this fall and it seems that the iPhone fans are already thinking about the upcoming iPhone 7 and the features it will come with.

According to some new rumors, the iPhone 7 will most likely support more RAM and it will have a waterproof construction. The iPhone 6S comes with 2GB of RAM, which means that there is a high possibility that the iPhone 7 will feature 3GB of RAM.

Other rumors say that the iPhone 7 will not use the Lightning connector and, instead, it will opt for the USB-C port. It seems that Apple is currently testing five different variations of iPhone 7, all of them having different hardware specs. However, only one variant will make it to the stores. We remind you that Apple has used the USB-C port on the latest 12-inch MacBook that they’ve released.

Aside from the USB-C port, the iPhone 7 will feature dual cameras along with a Touch ID that will be integrated into the display. If this proves to be true, then we can say goodbye to the “Home” button that Apple has been using since the first iPhone.

We’re not sure if the dual-cameras will truly come on the upcoming iPhone 7, as other smartphone manufactures have tried in the past and failed with this idea. We think that Apple will stick to a single camera and, instead, they will improve it.

Apple will most likely finally start using AMOLED displays instead of the old LCD IPS screens that are found on the current iPads, iPoud Touches and iPhones.

Apple usually releases its new iPhone models sometime in the fall and if the company will keep this release pattern, the iPhone 7 will be released sometime in September 2016.

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