It is now almost the middle of August and the Internet is buzzing anew about the supposed release of new Apple products. The one that?s making the headline news is about the iPhone 7 release. For the past three days, fans have been getting a lot of leaks about the supposed features of the new iPhone 7.
On Monday, details were leaked about the new home button. It is said that it will feature Apple?s patented ?haptic feedback? technology to replicate the physical clicking action of a button. Along with this, images further confirmed the rumors about the disappearance of the 3.5 mm headphone jack. As well as dual-camera configuration for the bigger iPhone 7 model. Also on this day, ?photos of the alleged iPhone 7 logic board surfaced.
Tuesday gave way to leaks about the screen resolution for the 4.7- and 5.5-inch iPhone versions. According to the leaks, the smaller iPhone will have a screen resolution of 1080p while its bigger brother will sport a 2K display.
Some Chinese blogger made headlines by posting a seemingly authentic Geekbench test for the iPhone 7. The benchmark results showed that the new iPhone performance exceeds that of the current iPad Pro. As well as being twice as powerful than the iPhone 6s. However, this was immediately discredited by Geekbench?s John Poole in his tweet.
Then, Wednesday builds up on Monday?s leaks. A photo of the supposed A-series chip for the new iPhone went in circulation. The photo is believed to confirm rumors that the next-generation smartphone from Apple will house an A10 chip. On close examination, the photo seems to show the top or RAM layer for the A10 wafer.
The amount of leaks about the upcoming mobile phone is just relentless. This could very well mean that the statement that Bloomberg published about the supposed launch of the iPhone 7 is true.
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