Well, it’s barely been any time since the launch of iPhone 6S and 6S Plus and the tech grapevine is already abuzz with rumors about the iPhone 7! If online sources are to be believed, Apple enthusiasts will be able to get their hands on a phone that’s even slimmer than the ones released this year by 2016.
Let’s take a trip into the future and find out what’s possibly in store for Apple Fanboys one year down the line.
1) iPhone 7 is going to be super sleek
A report from KGI Securities’ analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has stated that the next Apple creation is going be really, really, REALLY thin – somewhere between 6.0 and 6.5 mm. This means that it’s going to be thinner than iPhone 6 which is currently 6.9 mm and iPhone 6 Plus that’s 7.1mm.
2) iPhone 7 will be made of stronger 7000 series aluminum alloy
iPhone 6 came in series 6000 aluminium. iPhone 6S is coming in stronger series 7000. And iPhone 7 is likely to come in an even stronger version of series 7000 aluminium. We recently shared a story about iPhone 6 stopping a bullet. Wonder what the superpowers of iPhone 7 will be.
3) The new iPhone will use advanced 3D Touch technology
Just like its predecessors – the iPhone 6S and 6S Plus, iPhone 7 will be using the 3D touch technology. But after an year of user testing this technology, Apple is expected to use it in a more smarter and extensive manner.
4) iPhone 7 will stick to in-cell panels
Apparently, Apple was supposed to adopt glass screen technology to ensure bezel-free displays, but that isn’t going to happen any time soon. iPhone 7 will stick to in-cell panels since it allows designers to achieve maximum thinness.
5) Apple is investing heavily in internal updates as well
iPhone 7 will not be a design masterpiece only. Upgraded cameras, faster processor and even better display are just some of the expected features of iPhone 7. And as usual, it’s going to cost a bomb.
Given the eagerness with which people have already started talking about iPhone 7, it’s bound be a smashing success in the market. But then again, what’s new in that?