Details of Apple's Upcoming iPhone Leaked Online
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.