Apple’s new flagships, the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus aren’t expected to be launched until September, but the Internet is already filled with its purported specifications and designs.
Based on the rumours, according to a French website NowhereElse, Apple is likely to release its new flagship in two variants- iPhone 7 with a 4.7-inch display and the iPhone 7 Plus with a 5.5-inch display. A leaked image on the website suggests that the device will have quad speakers, two at the bottom and another two at the top for a better audio experience.
Another interesting rumour largely about the iPhone7, is believed to support two rear cameras. Also the leaked photos of the models tweeted by onleaks indicate a new layout for the camera and flash. The position of the flash is no longer next to the camera, but immediately below it. In terms of storage, we could see 256GB storage capacity besides the 16GB and 64GB. The rumours also states that 128GB model won’t exist.
— OnLeaks (@OnLeaks) May 11, 2016
The most controversial rumour so far is the removal of headphone jack. Apple is reportedly planning to slim down the next handset which could interfere with the headphone jack. In order to accommodate a slimmer profile Apple has been rumoured to eliminate the headphone jack altogether and use the Lightning port as the audio output for the headphone.
Other rumours on the internet also state that Apple could be opting for AMOLED displays for the next flagship. This comes after reported news about Apple having talks with LG display for supplies.
Another news leak that just came in confirms that Apple is working on an all-glass iPhone. The news comes in from a report filed by The Telegraph which confirms the information directly from the chief executive of the company which makes its chassis.
However, this move by Apple could substantially increase the size of the next flagship.
As for now all these rumours cannot be confirmed. More information will be revealed closer to the launch....