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De­tails of Ap­ple's Up­com­ing iPhone Leaked On­line

HWM (Malaysia) - - TELEPORT -

As it is with the In­ter­net, the dig­i­tal space is filled with all sorts of in­for­ma­tion per­tain­ing to al­most ev­ery sin­gle sub­ject, and that in­cludes the latest de­vices that have yet to phys­i­cally and prop­erly see the light of day. Take Ap­ple's up­com­ing iPhone as an ex­am­ple. The phone is still no more than a mere whis­per at this point, but in the last few months, ru­mors and in­for­ma­tion about Ap­ple's fu­ture flagship iPhone has slowly leaked on­line.

For a start, one ru­mor sug­gested that the chas­sis of the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus would ac­tu­ally be wa­ter­proof. This bit of news would sug­gest that Ap­ple is fi­nally re­al­iz­ing the im­por­tance of adding that ex­tra layer of protection from the el­e­ments, es­pe­cially when you con­sider how many of us tend to have ac­ci­dents while we use our phones in the bath­room.

An­other ru­mor points to­wards Ap­ple com­pletely for­go­ing the tra­di­tional 3.5mm head­phone jack on the iPhone 7. In its ab­sence, ru­mors say that Ap­ple will bun­dle the iPhone 7 with ei­ther a pair of wire­less EarPod head­phones, or a pair of ear­phones that will con­nect to the phone via Light­ning con­nec­tor. It's a bold move, even more so be­cause Ap­ple has 96 HWM | JUNE 2016 stated that they in­tend to change the cur­rent con­nect­ing port of head­phones.

Of course, there's also the ru­mor that Ap­ple is think­ing about fit­ting the phone with a larger cam­era sen­sor. Elab­o­rat­ing on this ru­mor fur­ther, it's also highly pos­si­ble that the iPhone 7 will be fit­ted with a dual cam­era mo­d­ule, which could pos­si­bly mean that we may be look­ing at a smart­phone cam­era ca­pa­ble of cap­tur­ing pho­tos with bet­ter clar­ity and de­tail.

This par­tic­u­lar ru­mor seems to be more concrete than the pre­vi­ous two, mainly be­cause it's (sort of) backed up by an­other ru­mor that the iPhone 7 will be fit­ted with 3GB of faster LPDDR4 RAM that is sup­posed to help with the phone's dual-imag­ing pro­cess­ing needs.

The iPhone 7 may also be the first iPhone to sport a True Tone dis­play, a hard­ware fea­ture that Ap­ple first in­tro­duced on the 9.7-inch iPad Pro. Sim­ply put, True Tone uses am­bi­ent light sen­sors built into the sys­tem that au­to­mat­i­cally adapts the color and in­ten­sity of the dis­play to match the light in any par­tic­u­lar en­vi­ron­ment.

Seems that Ap­ple is plan­ning some­thing big with the iPhone 7.

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