Leaks about internal components on the upcoming Apple product have also been doing the rounds. Fans can now see what could potentially be the iPhone 7 handset, once all the parts expected to be on the up-coming iPhone are put together.
MacRumors has got their hands on what could possibly be pre-production images and video showing iPhone’s internal components embedded in the casing. The iPhone in the video can be seen with a gear icon on its screen and the external casing appears to be no different than its predecessor, the iPhone 6. The device is opened to reveal the internal parts, which are a mix of components on the iPhone 6 and rumoured specs on the iPhone 7.
The site has got its hand on the iPhone 7 logic board and notes that Qualcomm’s WTR3925 radio frequency transceiver chip is onboard, as speculated, and cellular network reception is improved on the device. There is also an upgraded processor, however, there is no mark indicating it could be the rumored A9 chip.
Some components including the back-end camera are missing, so there is no way ascertain any information on that.
It is noteworthy that the the rear shielding is not screwed in but rather glued on the device as the video shows. And rightly indicated by The Telegraph, this could potentially mean that the new iPhone could be supporting Force Touch technology as seen on MacBook and Apple Watch.
The rumored September 9 release isn’t far away, and chances are the Cupertino tech-giant may reveal the iPhone 7 and what it truly has on offer for fans around the world. Apple aficionados can keep coming back for updates on the rumored specs until the D-day arrives.