Apple is probably the only smartphone manufacturer with all ‘coming soon’ devices most anticipated than any other smartphone manufacturer, and with good reason.
Nothing ignites more competition, arguments and predictions in this industry’s gurus than when a new iPhone model is expected to be released..
It won’t be an exaggeration to say that everyone even remotely interested in the smartphones discussion is always trying to dig out the secrets prematurely even before the giant manufacturer, that is Apple, has announced them.
Following the trend, Apple’s expected iPhone 7 series is no less than an exciting topic that has everyone talking since the new phone is due to be released anytime in September this year.
There have been rumours that the Cupertino-based giant has now decided to launch three iPhone models, against the company norm who has been releasing two models since 2014, a 4.7-inch version and a 5.5-inch version.
However, plans for this year are predicted to be different, as there might be a third version, similar in size, but with more power and feathers packed inside.
So what are the significant changes that the company promises every year to its loyal customers that they will see with the launch of another model? Below is what we know so far, in our imaginations, is what the new iPhone 7 will look like and what are the added or deleted features.
Apple iPhone 7 Features
Many people are concerned about rumours of the new model losing the headphone jack. Is it good or bad? We do not know yet, but there have been mixed opinions.
Naturally, the ones who would like a place to plug in their earphones outweigh the ones who can live without one. Needless to say, this is something gathering some seriously heated discussions.
If Apple decides to uncheck the headphone jack box, the sole argument they might have is they are trying to make the phone more water resistant, which makes good sense.
The idea is to make the charging port generic for both your power cable and earphones, eliminating the simultaneous use of both. Not a big deal, though, as most people are not charging their phones when they’re listening to music since the earphone facility is mostly used by commuters who aren’t charging their phones. If losing the jack port makes a 700 dollar phone water resistant, it’s surely worth the trouble, if any.
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Ditching 16GB Storage Option:
A wise decision if executed, as 16GB on a smartphone, is nowhere near sufficient these days, given the size of chunky apps and huge photos and videos captured by the multi-megapixel cameras. We are likely to see a 32GB starting model.
The most uncertain of all, will we have a total remake, or will the company present the new model with minor tweaks i.e. a thinner design mainly due to a removal of the headphone jack?
Maybe some missing antenna lines? With Apple, it’s always too early to know what path the company will pick. For now, just sit back and wait for the new products launch ceremony, which is now not too far.