uSwitch Tech has posted a 1.26-minute video on YouTube of what fans should expect from the upcoming iPhone 7 and 7 Plus, which will be released in September. The video is based on a leak from Steve Hemmerstoffer and it shows how the two flagships should look like.
The video we’ve told you about can be watched below:
From what we’ve noticed, the camera modules on the two devices will protrude from the chassis and the bump is softer, instead of sticking straight out. However, the cut-out for the camera looks larger, which means that Apple is working on new hardware.
The iPhone 7 will have the same 4.7-inch screen as the iPhone 6S and will have a thickness of 6.8mm, while the larger iPhone 7 Plus will have a 5.5-inch display and will be 7.1mm thick. The headphone jack is missing, but in its place there’s no other hole for a second speaker, and we don’t know if Apple will make other changes to the chassis or not.
There were previous rumors suggesting that the iPhone 7 Plus will sport a larger 5.8-inch screen and will have glass on the back as well, while Apple blogger John Gruber was suggesting that the company is thinking about bringing a phone with an edge-to-edge display and a fingerprint scanner integrated into it. Weeks have passed and new rumors took their place but we suggest you to take them with a bit of salt.
In the leaked images there were noticed three dots near the bottom of the phablet’s backplate, which represent the Smart Connector, a feature that has been rumored for a while, but which might not be available on the smaller iPhone 7.
As for the hardware, the upcoming iPhones are expected to be powered by the next Apple A10 chip, which will support up to 3GB of RAM, which will cope with the new dual camera setup that will require an increased image processing.
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