Latest rumors for the upcoming handset from Apple, the iPhone 7 suggests that, this handset will feature the latest Force Touch technology and will add a brand new color to their option
Rumors, speculations and gossips are pretty much common in the mobile industry especially when there?s a new flagship that is set to release?and the iPhone 7 and?iPhone 6S is no exception to that.
iPhone 7 rumor will feature the latest Force Touch technology when released
Last Monday, Apple just unveiled their most recent and upcoming wearable gadget, the Apple Watch and the latest addition to their MacBook list, the Apple MacBook 12-inch with Retina Display. Both devices that were featured on their ?Spring Forward? event were revealed to have the latest Force Touch technology.
According to the latest circulating rumor, as reported by techdigest, looks like iPhone 7 will also have this kind of feature once it was released. As explained on that source, the Force Touch feature offers different functionality for Apple?s latest gadgets like the long-press and right-clicking functions.
This rumor is in no way official but since Apple just recently announced the Force Touch technology on both their Apple Watch and Apple MacBook, it is safe to assume that this feature will also be present for the next-gen smartphone that they will release sometime this year, whether it?d be the iPhone 7 or iPhone 6S.
Apple consumers can now choose from 4 different shades for their iPhone!
On a different source, valuewalk reported that the next flagship may include a brand new color to their list of shades. As stated on that source, Apple is now planning to add the color pink on their option along with the previous space gray, silver and gold iPhone options.
There?s still no news or leaks yet for the pink color for the next iPhone handset. Let?s just hope that the latest addition to their shade options will be much more beautiful compared to the gray, silver and gold ones.
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