According to the latest rumors, Apple is planning to ditch the Space Gray color and will replace it with Deep Blue. This metallic color has been introduced on the iPhone 5s in 2013 and two years later, a new color (Rose Gold) has determined many people to buy either the iPhone 6S or 6S Plus. We agree that it’s time for Apple to make some visual changes and the Deep Blue color would be a welcome addition.
Until now, Apple has released its iPhones in two shades of gray – Silver and Space Gray, which are quite similar and the third option was Gold. Last year, the Rose Gold color was received with much praise and because of its popularity, Apple has decided to extend it to the new generation iPads. But, if rumors will turn to be true, then the upcoming iPhone 7 will no longer come with the Space Gray color option, which will be replaced by Deep Blue. This information comes from Japanese website Mac Otakara, known for making many accurate predictions in the past. Apparently, a Chinese supplier has revealed that Apple will kill the Space Gray option and will replace it with Deep Blue, but the American manufacturer hasn’t confirmed this information yet.
Regarding the specs of the iPhone 7, this source has said that the upcoming flagship will have the same LCD glass as its predecessors, the diagonal of the screen will measure 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch (the phablet version) and inside, it will house a new A10 chipset with 3Gb of RAM and the maximum supported internal memory will have a capacity of 256GB. The design will not be different, only that, according to leaks, the 3.5mm headphone jack will be removed, but the device will get a smart connector and a dual-lens camera, as in the leaked images have been noticed a larger camera placement. Also, the antenna bands that previously ran across the back will be moved near the curves at the top and bottom.
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