Friday, September 30, 2016

iPhone 7 Leak: Apple Sticks With Back Camera Bump?

iPhone 7 Leak: Apple Sticks With Back Camera Bump?

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Apple’s iPhone 7 is the talk of the town, and it is making a lot of buzz among fans. Rumor mills are continuously churning out speculations about the upcoming smartphone.

However, the latest to come is a leak in the form of render images. The images show a closer look at the 4.7-inch iPhone 7 from all angles.

These images are leaked from a ‘reputed source’ in the case-making business, claims GSM Arena. If the leaked images are to be believed, Apple is ditching the antenna bands at the back and placing these at the top and bottom edges, while two speaker grills are located at the bottom end of the device beside the lightning port.

As earlier speculated, the 3.5mm audio jack is not present. Even the Smart Connector is also not seen. On the back panel, a camera bump is found, where it is expected to have dual camera setup. iPhone 7 Plus is also expected to retain the traditional camera bump and feature.

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The images also show that the upcoming smartphone will have no change in the placement of volume rockers, volume switch and power button. Moreover, the front panel doesn’t show any tweaks. The device will have a home button at the center with the Touch ID sensor beneath.

When it comes to design, the iPhone 7 will not have any major changes. It is rumored that Apple will be releasing the smartphone in three variants, namely, iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus and iPhone 7 Pro/ iPhone 7 Plus Premium, notes NDTV.

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To meet the surge in production units, the Cupertino-based company’s suppliers Foxconn and Pegatron have started mass hiring. Meanwhile, in terms of specifications, the larger iPhone is rumored to feature 3GB of RAM to house the dual camera setup.