What is inside iPhone 7: Here are 7 things to expect from Apple’s next phone

first_imgApple will launch the iPhone 7 and the iPhone 7 Plus on September 7. No, this is not yet officially confirmed. What has been confirmed is that Apple will hold a media even on the said date and that means only one thing – the iPhone 7 is coming. Also Read: iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus to launch on September 7 Usually, Apple’s device launches are wrapped up in fair amount of secrecy. We don’t know what is coming and in what shape. But the iPhone 7 and the iPhone 7 Plus are probably the most leaked iPhones yet. Almost everything about the upcoming iPhones has been leaked. The only details that are yet to come out are the finer ones. For example, it is fairly well known now that the iPhone 7S Plus will have two rear cameras. What is not that well known is how Apple intends to use this hardware and how these two cameras will work. Also Read: Apple faces revenue decline even after iPhone 7 launch: ReportYet, unless Apple is hoodwinking everyone, from the anonymous leakers in China to Apple-specialists like Mark Gurman, a journalist, and Ming-Chi Kuo, an analyst, we are fairly certain that you can expect to see the 7 following things in the new iPhones:The iPhone 7 and the iPhone 7S Plus will have a design similar to that of the iPhone 6S and the iPhone 6S Plus. But the new iPhones will sport redesigned antenna lines – they will move towards the edges – and will lack the headphone jack.It is fairly certain that the iPhone 7 and the iPhone 7 Plus will be powered by the Apple A10 processor, most likely manufactured on either 14nm TSMC and Samsung fabs or created using 10nm fab at TSMC. For now there is no certainty about the core count in A10. But then it doesn’t matter. With 2 cores the A9 is world’s best mobile phone processor and A10 will probably will have the similar number of cores.It is almost given that with the iPhone 7 and the iPhone 7 Plus, Apple will kill 16GB iPhone (Hallelujah!). Instead the phones will come with minimum 32GB storage.Expect big camera improvements. The main image sensor inside the two phones is likely to remain same. This means same 12-megapixel images. But the iPhone 7 Plus will get a dual-camera set-up on the rear while the iPhone 7 will likely to have a brighter, wider lens with bigger aperture of F2 or F1.9. This will improve low light photography.The iPhone 7 and the iPhone 7 Plus will use the iOS 10. This is given. There is no doubt about it. The iOS 10 is already out in beta version. On the iPhone launch day, it will be out in its finished form.The new iPhones will also be available in a darker shade of blue. This will like black iPhone but with a very subtle blue hue. If the leaked images are accurate, this colour may look really classy.The iconic home button will see some sort of redesign. This is one part that users complain fails too much, too fast. Looks like Apple is hoping to eliminate the problem by putting force touch – a kind of mechanism that would give the click impression – even though the button won’t actually move. By eliminating the movement, Apple hopes ensure that there is no friction and hence less chances of failure. advertisementlast_img

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