Apple usually unveils latest offering in its iPhone lineup in mid-September. A series of rumours concerning the Apple iPhone 7 have making waves for some months now. Based on the previous rumours, the Cupertino giant is tipped to bring on board a variety of newer features along with the upcoming iPhone 7 series. A dual-camera setup is also one of its main changes that will debut on the device. The iPhone 7 might also come without a 3.5 mm headphone jack and a 16GB internal storage variant. The newest report by Bloomberg is giving fuel to the existing rumour fire included with new information.
As per the report, the device’s home button on the Apple iPhone 7 will come equipped with a Force Touch. The device home button will respond “to pressure with a vibrating impression rather than the normal physical click” The Force Touch button on the Apple iPhone 7 will function just like the Force Touch trackpad on the Apple MacBook. If this actually turns out to be real, then iPhone users are in for a cool treat. This latest change would make the iPhone user experience more instinctive.
Apple iPhone 7 Expected added features
Adding a little info about the iPhone 7, the report suggests that the device will indeed come without a headphone jack. The absence of the 3.5mm audio jack would create more space for another speaker. The placement of the second speaker is going to make up for stereo audio experience on the device. Along with a dual (stereo) speakers, the iPhone 7 might also feature a dual camera. Except for the addition of a dual camera lens, no significant design changes would debut on the upcoming iPhone 7. The design of the iPhone 7 is almost the same as the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus. Though, the iPhone 7 is going to be the first Apple device to run the final release of iOS 10. The beta version of iOS 10 is still in testing phase.
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