If you have been following news of the upcoming Apple iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus, you would have seen the numerous leaks which have surfaced so far. The rumors and leaks have left very little to the imagination, however the company is known for its innovations, so nothing can be said with utter surety until the final device is unveiled by the Cupertino company in September. Although the rumors are leaks which are surfacing since January are backing each other, some of them feature some variations as compared to each other. This shouldn’t come as a shock as manufacturing of smartphones is done after many prototypes a are tested until the final device is finalized.
The rumor which just recently surfaced features some differences from the rumors we have been seeing/hearing from quite some time now. First of all, the antenna lines on the top and bottom edges are again visible (though they are difficult to notice in the odd color scheme). In addition to that, the top and bottom edge shows a quad-speaker arrangement, similar to the one featured in the latest iPad Pro model. Moreover, the major difference is the placement of the rear camera’s flash. Apparently the flash has been shifted from the right side of the camera to its bottom. This rearrangement might be due to the space required to add two speakers at the top edge of the handset.
As mentioned earlier, this might just be a prototype which might not make it to the final device which will be unveiled after few months. But we’ll surely keep you updated with if any further confirmation is received.
On the other hand, some other recent rumors claim that the Cupertino company is planning to make a shift to high-resolution OLED screen in the iPhone expected to be released in 2017, however note that the upcoming iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus won’t be included in this shift.
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