Aug 19, 2016 06:49 AM EDT
iPhone 7 Leaks and Rumors: Apple's Next Device Features Improved Camera and More Storage, But No Stereo Speakers? [VIDEO]
The iPhone 7 release date will come sooner. So what users should expect?
Fans are waiting what would be the newest features of iPhone 7. Some were wondering if there will be headphones jack on the new device. In January, there were a few images of iPhone 7 leaked online, and rumors suggested that the new model has none, MIC reported.
This rumor first appeared on Nowhereelse.fr, a reliable French site, as they obtained a photo of schematics of the iPhone 7. Based on the schematics, "the matching second speaker grill on the bottom edge of the iPhone 7."
Apple is still rumored that they are doing a similar stunt with iPhone 4S, which headphones jack was at the top of the phone. Aside from that, there will be Touch Sensitive Home Button, according to Forbes.
The only changes or new features of iPhone 7 are an improved camera for low-light shots, more storage on the base model, the capacity of the batter becomes better, and some rumor suggests that this new device is waterproof.
So when iPhone 7 will be released?
This could be a disappointing news for Apple fans as according to a reliable source, 9to5Mac, the new device will not go on sale until September 23. Apparently, the new information revealed contradicts Evan Blass, a tipster who revealed that sales would begin on Sept. 16.
iPhone 7 features new cameras and tweaked antennas. The design is apparently in line with the current iPhone 6s and iPhone 6 lineup.
The internal storage has improved because of Apple's A10 chipset and there is a new color option, which is blue.
On Wednesday, August 17, Mac Otakara revealed on his blog another Apple's upcoming new device, aside from iPhone 7, which is iPhone 7 Plus.
Yes, it does appear that Apple plans to ditch the headphone jack in the iPhone 7: https://t.co/N70RrTQSIQ pic.twitter.com/ewGuBRyObg
— Forbes Tech News (@ForbesTech) January 6, 2016
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