iPhone 7 chassis mold leaks from Foxconn

Well guys, yet another leak regarding the upcoming iPhone 7 surfaced. We have already seen quite some renders and leaks which claim that the upcoming smartphone will have no antenna stripes on its back. This recent leak, which came all the way from Foxconn, all but confirm the previous rumors. For the ones who don’t know what Foxconn is, it is where Apple manufactures its upcoming smartphones in small batches – especially to test their production viability.


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Needless to say, Apple will be changing the design of the iPhone 7 as compared to its predecessors. As we all know that Apple changes the design of their smartphone every alternate year, we are hoping that the same process will be carried out for the case of the upcoming flagship.

Lets have a look at some other rumors roaming around the internet. We are expecting an iPhone with ‘ no headphone jack ‘. Apple is expected to remove the 3.5mm standard headphone jack from its upcoming smartphone to achieve the amazing thickness of 6.1mm (similar to the iPod touch). Of course the company will come up with another alternative to the 3.5mm jack, hopefully the wired headphones will connect to the iPhone 7 using its Lightning port and Bluetooth headphones will connect wirelessly. Apple is rumored to be working on Lightning-equipped EarPods too while a second stereo speaker could be introduced instead of the headphone jack.

We are expecting iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus to host some major differences as compared to each other. The iPhone 7 might feature 2GB of RAM while its larger brother could be unveiled with a larger, 3GB of Ram. As mentioned above, a different camera system is being rumored. iPhone 7 Plus could be launched with further two variants, one with a single lens like the iPhone 7 and a second with a dual-lens camera system that offers DSLR-like image quality with 2-3x optical zoom and improved performance in low light conditions.

Please let us know what you think of these rumors, and stay tuned for further updates.

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