Rumors about the iPhone 7 keep coming now that people have been having their share of iPhone 6S. However, there are also some rather pessimistic voices that say the new model will be quite like the previous versions, without numerous improvements or innovations. Sources claim that Apple is planning to switch to a different strategy: making every third generation of their phones an overhaul one, instead of going for the full number models (4, 5, 6 and so on).
Based on that, we shouldn’t get out hopes high when it comes to a massive change this year. And according to their strategy shift, we might have to wait 3 more years for big changes, if the iPhone 7s will be the overhaul bet in 2017.
When it comes to the specs, both phones are great, though there are some differences between them. Both the 6S and the (possible) iPhone 7 have a 4.7 inches display and a 5.5 inches 3D touch feature. While the 6S has a resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels, the iPhone 7 might increase to 2560 x 1440. They might share the same design, with an aluminum body and antenna bands on its back, though the iPhone 7 will have them raised a little bit to the top.
The 7 version is expected to bring a 256 GB storage option, but also a 32 one, compared to the 16, 64 and 128 GB available for the 6S. Also, it will an upgrade from the 2 GB RAM found in the 6S to the 3 GB RAM in the iPhone 7. Similarly, Apple will go from an A9 processor to an A10 one. The camera stays the same, with 5 MP, but it will have angle lens on the 7th version.
All in all, the iPhone 7 seems to be a pretty good bet, even though the specs are mostly rumors by now.