Apple iPhone 7 has been in the news for quite some time now, and it is obvious that it is one of the much-anticipated devices this year. As is the case, rumors emerge every now-and-then regarding new features, camera, design and various other aspects.
Recently, a highly questionable rumor is coming from East Asia that claims the venerable Space Gray colorway will be replaced by a new “Deep Blue” shade during the launch of the next-generation iPhone this fall. This news was released on Thursday this week.
A Japanese website named Mac Otakara claims that a Chinese supplier had revealed some information regarding Apple’s iPhone 7. The smartphone will be available in dark blue, silver, gold and rose gold. The reports also cited that the space gray color option would highly likely be included in the lineup.
Furthermore, the source also noted that iPhone 7 will have the same LCD glass as current versions.
In 2013, the space gray color was introduced by Apple, along with iPhone 5S. The black aluminum color was included in a lineup of silver and gold models. Later, rose gold was introduced.
The next generation of iPhone is expected to be launched this fall, and rumors and leaks indicate a largely unchanged chassis design. It is said to have an A10 processor and 256 GB storage (with or without 3.5 mm headphone jack). Meanwhile, the iPhone 7 Plus variant will have a dual-lens camera system, notes Apple Insider.
The phablet would sport 3GB of RAM specially included for advanced photo and video processing. It will also have Apple’s new Smart Connector. However, the latter is far from confirmed.
According to the latest rumors, LG Innotek will be supplying majority of the dual-camera modules that would be placed in “iPhone 7 Plus,” replacing the long-time supplier Sony.