Jul 18, 2016 06:00 AM EDT
Apple to Equip Rumored iPhone 7 with A10 Chipset; Latest Video Leaked Shows Substantial Upgrade Compared to iPhone 6!
The newest video leaked online shows Apple iPhone 7's differences compared to iPhone 6.
iPhone 7 rumor: the design refined
Some credible sources previously mentioned about the improved camera and better specs performance. The video posted in Chinese social media, Weibo, quickly garnered attention. It shows the absent of iPhone's headphone jack.
It's not Apple if it does not come with premium design. Thus, the rumored iPhone 7 is expected to be thinner with smooth curved edges. And the noticeable change of its camera hole that is reportedly 25 percent larger than iPhone 6's. In the video, you also will notice that the iPhone 7 4.inch variant has redesigned antenna.
iPhone 7 and 7 Plus will be equipped with A10 chipset
Previously, the A10 chipset is rumored to be inserted in Apple iPad Pro 2. Albeit iPhone 7 image leak does not go under the hood, it is obvious that Apple will equip the next iPhone with better performance in graphics as well as system. Hence, the new generation of processor might be needed, 9to5Mac reported. As for the internal storage, iPhone 7 will likely have two options, 32 GB and 256 GB, with RAM up to 3 GB.
iPhone 7 price
Apple has a way of announcing its device's price. Thus, iPhone 7 price will not be revealed until its release date. However, citing from the Chinese website, it will likely to start at Yuan 5288 or $792.
The current iPhone 6S is comparable to Samsung Galaxy S7. And until the iPhone 7 is revealed, Samsung handset is probably the only smartphone reportedly having better key features than Apple's device, University Herald spotted the differences in details.
iPhone 7 release date
Apple iPhone 7 and 7 Plus release date is speculated in September this year, as reported by PC Advisor.
While this video is only showing the dummy unit of iPhone 7, viewers can get hints on how the new handset design will appear.
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