The images, colors and pricing of the upcoming Apple iPhone 7 has been leaked well ahead of the official launch in September. As per latest reports, the Apple iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus will ditch headphone jack and integrate a dual rear camera. However, the dual rear camera will be available only for the Plus variant.
It is already confirmed that the Apple will eliminate 16GB storage model to pave way for the 32GB storage device. Hence, you can expect 64GB, 128GB and 256GB of internal storage devices. Although the chances are slim, we can’t completely rule out the possibility of a 512GB storage variant of iPhone 7.
The latest leak shows that there will not be any drastic change as far as iPhone design is concerned and the deice will look similar to that of the iPhone 6s. Moreover, the device features smoother and flatter antenna design and significant camera bump. There are rumors that Apple could integrate a new image sensor to enable users to capture enhanced images.
Instead of the traditional headphone port, you can expect the iPhone 7 to ship with a lightning connector port.
However, you need a special headphone to work with this port. Recently, several images of the lightning port for iPhone 7 was leaked on a popular Chinese website, Weibo.
In all probability, Apple will not release Black variant of iPhone 7 and it will be replaced with Rose Gold variant, which is globally accepted by tech enthusiasts. Recently, Apple recently the Apple Watch with a black colour variant called Space Black.
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