Apple is reportedly working on iPhone 7 and is expected to roll it out in September. Although the company has confirmed anything yet, there are lots of rumors around its release date and specs.
Apple has recently released the fourth beta version of iOS 10 to its registered developers. It is believed that the company will release new iPhone to showcase its upcoming iOS 10. If the rumors are true, then the release will most probably happen in September. Famous tipster Evan Blass dropped a hint on the exact release date of iPhone 7. According to Blass, Apple will announce the new device on September 9 and will start shipments on September 16.
The new iPhone 7 Plus is expected to roll out with some notable changes. Dual-camera is long rumored in the new device. It is expected that the smartphone will be fitted with 12 MP dual-camera. Dual-camera will be capable of clicking better photos in low-light environments. However, Apple could reserve dual-camera for iPhone 7 Plus only. The basic model will be fitted with same camera as in iPhone 6.
Apple may introduce new handset in new colors including space black and blue. Some leaked images also show pink color option as well. The company could remove 3.5mm earphone jack to introduce lightning connectivity for headphones.
Moreover, the device may include touch sensitive home button instead of traditional home button. Apple has the patent for this technology and could finally introduced in iPhone 7. With the redesigned the users will have to simply tap on it to perform particular tasks.
The new smartphone will be powered by Apple A10 processor coupled with 2GB RAM. Apple could ditch 16GB internal storage variant in iPhone 7. Thus the new devices will be available with 32, 64 and 128GB onboard storage. However, 256GB variant model could be there as well.
These specs are merely rumors at the moment. Nothing can be confirmed until Apple releases official statement about ?iPhone 7. Readers should take this information with a grain of salt. TheBitBag team will update the information as soon as the new details emerge.