Apple will soon be launching its much awaited flagship smartphone, the iPhone 7. With the launch date inching closer, the leaks are pouring in at an alarming rate. Now a new report has surfaced suggesting the integration of a new home button in the upcoming model.
According to a new report by known Journalist, Mark Gurman, the smartphone will come with support for haptic feedback integrated in the home button. The report also confirms the exclusion of the 3.5 mm headphone jack and a dual camera setup.
Gurman believes, Apple will go for Bluetooth earpods and will bring dual speakers at the bottom of the phone. The report claims that the dual camera setup will not appear on the smaller variant of the smartphone. The dual camera will expose images in different colour set-up, resulting in better low light images. The same setup was seen on the recently launched Huawei P9 smartphone.
The naming of the next model is still the big question. Apple is unlikely to launch this model as iPhone 7, so there is a possibility will keep it a part of the iPhone 6 lineup.
Among many rumours, another rumour suggests that Apple will drop its 16GB storage option in favour of a 32 GB option, aimed to provide sufficient capacity.
The company has designed its models with a 16GB of storage capacity since 2011’s 4s, but as apps and photos takes more space on the device, many people have criticised that the 16GB storage capacity is not enough.
The device will be unveiled next month, and we will have to wait and watch which of these features actually come to life....