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Sneak Peak into the iPhone 7 Specifications
« on: August 09, 2016, 12:48:47 PM »
Apple's next iPhone 7 is a long-buzzing rumor and Apple officials working on this particular project have confirmed that it may release in the month of September this year. They have reaffirmed that the device will bring in only modest changes. So let’s find out the expected specifications, price, and release date of the long awaited release of iPhone 7:

Price and release date
Apple likes to keep the price of its products relatively stable between generations, and it may be possible with the iPhone 7.  It may match the iPhone 6S price at launch. , but the rumor may be cleared in the second week of September. The estimated price of iPhone 7 may be around £540 (price may still fluctuate either way).

Build and design
In the new release, you may see some expected design changes. It should not be surprising for you to find it thinner than the current 7.1mm iPhone 6s because Apple may trim down it to as little as 6mm. But if it is true, battery capacity may not be up to scratch, but undoubtedly it will look beautiful.
It is also rumored that the iPhone 7’s is reportedly narrowing its Lightning port, and removing the 3.5mm headphone jack, but it is not confirmed that Apple will really axe down such a well-established port and force the users to snap up Bluetooth or Lightning port-compatible headphones.
Sources have claimed that the 3.5mm socket may not be in the next iPhone, but the phone will still be shipped with the current set of EarPod 3.5mm headphones. So that you can plug these (or any standard headphones) in via a 3.5-to-Lightning adapter. It is reported that Apple may be doing so to use the extra space of previously occupied 3.5mm jack for an extra speaker grille. The company may bring two grilles on the bottom edge of iPhone 7.
The new iPhone 7 is expected to be of all-metal body, a small change to the two plastic antenna strips, increased size of the rear camera lens, Smart Connector on the back, an update to the ambient light and proximity sensors, and the dual camera setup.

More Pixels, A new Touch ID button and Super snapper(s)
The current devices of Apple iPhone Phone 6s and 6s Plus have 4.7in and 5.5in screen sizes and in iPhone 7, you may find an increase in the resolution.
A 3D Touch may also be sticking around. The return of a Touch ID fingerprint sensor will give it more potential because the old physical Touch ID button may be replaced by a solid state capacitive component i.e. a touch-sensitive panel (that you may find in 2017 iPhone 7 models).
There is a doubt that you will see Apple moving from 12-megapixel, but you may see an increase in the sensor size and aperture. It may have optical image stabilization and if all these features will be included, they all will offer improved performance in low light conditions.
You may also find an added second camera lens. One lens may have more focal length so that your shots don’t get pixelated when you zoom in. It may allow you to capture 4K and 1080p footage simultaneously during the shot with one lens focusing on slow-motion video.

Power in spades
It is no wonder that the iPhone 7 will be the most powerful iPhone to date. It may really up the ante with a hexa-core A10 chip; increased RAM may have an extra boost to 3GB of RAM. It may have a dual SIM tray. For more details, you just need to hold on till the release.

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Sneak Peak into the iPhone 7 Specifications
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