Specifications, Features and many Other Things that You Must Know about Apple iPhone 7

Apple iPhone 7 - pixorangeWe are just a few days away from the official launching of iPhone 7 and like forever, information about the device is leaking without any trace of ending. Whereas the most trustworthy Apple sources points to a bump in the memory, 3.5mm audio jack, nothing is sure until Tim Cook, CEO discloses the original product.

iPhone 7: When Apple has disclosed the offal notice, the iPhone 7 branding is sure to appear. Apple, currently, could bring in not two but three new iPhone 7 products. It is presumed that Apple would uncover a 4.7-inch iPhone 7, a 5.5-inch iPhone 7 and a variety of iPhone 7 Plus with dual rear camera set-up. The last one may be labelled iPhone7 Pro with focus on those needing Pro level camera on smartphones.

iPhone Specifications: Apple does not intend to present any important design alteration to iPhone 7, but it is expected to feature some updated internals this time. Apple iPhone 7 is expected to feature 2GB RAM when iPhone 7 Plus has 3 GB RAM. Apple could offer 4 GB RAM with iPhone Pro to assist the demand for extra processing with an additional camera. Apple is expected to bring out iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus with the novel A 10 chipset.

According to leaked information, Apple A 10 chipset is expected to be as powerful as the A9X chipset available under the hood of iPad Pro. It is doubtful that the device would witness any bump in display resolution.

iPhone Features: Apple is expected to bring in iPhone 7 with redesigned home button, which would be unclickable similar to the present home button and would provide a haptic feedback like the force touch trackpad found on latest Macs. Apple is also expected to discard the 3.5mm headphone jack for the bottom-facing dual stereo speakers.

The biggest feature update would be in the camera section. Apple iPhone 7 Pro is expected to contain a dual rear camera setup with every sensor capturing its own pixels for creating a brighter image with substantial detail. According to people that have sued the prototype, both images sensors would capture light differently to produce a merged picture that would be closer to real ones in colour reproduction. Apple iPhone 7 Pro would mean sharper pictures in even in poor-light conditions.