The iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus will be unveiled in three days and we’ll finally find out if all rumors about their specs were close to reality. Today we’ll talk about the phablet, which it’s expected to come with a different camera setup and a more RAM, according to KGI Securities’ Ming-Chi Kuo, who is famous for its accurate predictions.
Every year, Apple is releasing a new chipset and the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus will be powered by the new A10 processor which will have a higher clock speed of 2.4GHz. However, Ming-Chi Kuo claims that the regular iPhone 7 will still support 2GB of RAM, while the phablet will pack 3GB because of the addition of the dual camera, which will be made of two 12MP sensors with different element lens: 6 (+OIS) and 5. As for the smaller iPhone 7, it will receive the usual 12MP rear camera which will have improved software. In addition, both models will have a 4-LED flash that will do its job better in low light conditions.
Apple will release both devices in three variants of storage and reports suggest that the base model will be 32GB and the other two will be 128GB and 256GB, most likely having the same price as the current three storage options of the iPhone 6s/6s Plus. This time will be more variants of colors: the old silver, gold and rose gold shades, plus the new glossy piano black and dark black shades. The exterior will be made by aluminum, which is not something new, but the radio antennas will be redesigned.
The headphone jack will be removed and instead, the iPhone 7/7 Plus will come with Lightning EarPods and Lightning-to-3.5mm adapter. Also, the home button has been upgraded, being sensitive to pressure, which means that you will no longer click on it. The interior of the phones will be protected against water and mostly likely, it will be dust-proof as well.
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