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What’s in the iPhone 7 — Latest Rumours

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Every year, Apple have announced upgrades to their wildly popular smartphone, and every year, tech experts and fans eagerly scan the tea leaves to predict what’s coming next. In 2015, Apple introduced the iPhone 6S and 6S+, both incremental changes over 2014’s major upgrade. This year, customers should expect major improvements from the new iPhone, with the announcement expected in September, 2016. The latest from the rumour mill includes the following features:



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The old saying goes, you can never be too rich or too thin; Apple have stuck by this wisdom, enriching their bottom line from increasingly sleek iPhones. Apple have trimmed the iPhone over the years, from the original model’s 11.6mm to the 6S’s 7.1mm thickness. For 2016, the new model may shed another 1mm; to achieve this slimming, rumours have it that Apple are ditching the traditional headphone jack, instead relying on Bluetooth wireless and the Lightning port for audio connections.

Another subject of speculation is the dual main camera, destined for a new version of the large-screen iPhone. The new camera is said to be capable of an optical telephoto zoom — a significant improvement over the digital zoom found in current and older models. The new camera also has a slimmer profile, reducing the camera “bump” found in the 6S and 6S+. The lineup might include the main model, one with a larger screen, and a second large-screen model with the more expensive camera.

The Smart Connector, currently used in the iPad Pro, may also find its way into the newest iPhone. The magnetised connector, which carries both data and power, mates up with specially-designed keyboards. If the Smart Connector shows up in the new iPhone, it will likely be for the large-screen model only.

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Another tantalising idea circulating the rumour sites is a concept called Quick Charge. A special charging station holds a spare battery pack. When you plug the iPhone into the station, a mechanism slides the spent battery out and inserts a fresh one in its place — a process said to take about 1 second. Other ideas floating in iPhone rumourspace include wireless charging, and a charging system that uses solar cells under the screen. Wireless charging is already seen in some Android smartphones.

Apple have sweetened the introduction of every redesigned iPhone with a performance boost provided by a new generation of processor chip. In the case of the 7 and 7+, the processor is rumoured to be the A10, the next step up from A9 found in current iPhone models. As with previous chip upgrades, the A10 will be faster than its predecessors, and allows the iPhone to cope with new releases of iOS, as well as more demanding apps. Just how much of an improvement to the phone’s performance is a subject of intense speculation; for example, the A10 may sport six cores to the A9’s two. Having more cores increases the phone’s ability to juggle multiple tasks at high speed.

Some tech blogs are reporting a new type of screen for the next-generation iPhone. All models through the 6S and 6S+ have featured an LCD screen, a technology that has been a mainstay for 20 years. Like LCDs, the new OLED screens are flat and lightweight, but unlike LCDs, they don’t require a backlight. This allows a thinner display with higher contrast and lower power consumption, prolonging battery life.

The Home button, a feature that’s been a part of the iPhone’s minimalist design since the earliest models, may also be due for an update. Opinions differ as to what form the new Home button may take; it may disappear entirely as a separate button and become part of the display. Or, it might remain a separate button, but one that sits flush with the display instead of being a recessed area. The new button may feature haptic feedback, giving your fingertip a little buzzing sensation instead of a physical click.

Some rumourmongers have gone on record hinting the iPhone’s model naming convention may change. Since the third generation, it’s been a numeral possibly followed by letters to indicate a level of advancement: 3GS, 4, 5SE, and so on. The next top-line iPhone, however, may get the “Pro” moniker used for the most premium MacBooks and iPads.

Some aspects of the new iPhone will be similar to the current model. Most reports indicate the new phones will be the same size and overall shape as the 6S and 6S+.

In the cutthroat-competitive world of consumer smartphones, Apple are understandably tight-lipped about new features. In the past, some predictions have fallen flat, while others proved prescient. The rumoured features might be part of the new iPhone, or the next one, or none at all.

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