Rumors and leaks, featuring the upcoming iPhone 7 series have started to surface one on another. Just recently, a picture showing the handset’s rear casing has been leaked from China. The image all but confirms the new antenna line placement we have been seeing/hearing from quite some time now. In addition to that, a single camera is also shown which brings us to the conclusion that the rear case in the picture is of the iPhone 7. That is because the dual camera system is being rumored for the ‘Plus’ variant only.
You might have heard of the rumors which surfaced as early as January, claiming that the upcoming Cupertino flagship might be featured with a massive 256GB internal storage option. Recently, @Onleaks once again suggested the same. Note that if the rumors are actually true, the upcoming Apple iPhone 7 will have a variant with a storage capacity which is double of the highest capacity available in the current lineup. We have been hearing reports claiming that LG and Sony will be dividing the task of manufacturing camera modules for the next iPhone between themselves. In addition to that, various sources claim that Optical Image Stabilization will be featured in both the Apple iPhone 7 and Apple iPhone 7 Plus. Note that up till now, OIS has been featured in ‘Plus’ models only.
Yesterday, a report came out which claimed that the base variant of the iPhone 7 will be feature 32GB of internal storage capacity and 2GB of RAM. This means that Apple might have finally decided to ditch the 16GB minimum for good. We have also heard talks of a smart connector’s presence in the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus. Recently, new schematics of these smartphones yet again confirmed the previously leaked rumor. In addition to that, those diagrams claimed that the awaited line-up will feature smartphones which are 1mm thicker from their predecessors, probably owing to to a larger battery size. This must also be mentioned that the smartphones will have identical height and width as their predecessors, however the iPhone 7 Plus will feature a dual camera setup at its back whereas the smaller sibling will come standard with a single sensor on its rear panel.
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