While iPhone 7 is widely expected to have only a few selling features to offer and if the sheer number of rumors are to be believed, the dual-camera system will be making its way into of the new iPhone models launching this year.
Apple has reportedly chosen Intel to supply 50% of the modem chips that will be used inside company’s upcoming iPhone revision widely called iPhone 7. DigiTimes, in a recent report, claims that Intel will be responsible for supplying 50% of the total modem chips required for the iPhone 7 manufacturing.
Apple has pushed the final version of iOS 9.3.2 to the general public, which is meant to bring stability, performance improvements, bug fixes and a couple of minor feature tweaks to Apple’s mobile operating system. While a new software update is meant to bring stability to the devices, but it looks like some 9.7-inch iPad Pro owners are experiencing issues with iOS 9.3.2.
It has been rumored again and again over past few months that Apple’s upcoming iPhone 7 won’t offer a radical change from the design and look perspective. Now a newly leak schematic suggests that the upcoming iPhone 7 will boast an identical width and height to the current iPhone 6s.
We have heard a lot about the look and feel of the upcoming Apple iPhone 7 and that the new iPhone will come loaded with a dual camera system among other rumors. The rumors mill did not fail to churn out expectations for this upcoming smartphone.
A new motion has been signed into law by India government that will require all smartphones, including iPhones, to feature a ‘panic button’ and GPS location pings from January 2017. This ‘Panic Button’, when used, will allow the users to notify emergency services when they are in trouble.
A new report from DigiTimes, a Taiwan-based news outlet, claims that Apple will be opting for a touch-sensitive home button for its upcoming iPhone 7. This means that the new iPhone 7 will ditch the physical home button as found on all the current and previous generations of the iPhone lineup.
Ming-Chi Kuo, the trusted KGI securities analyst, in his latest note to investors, claims that Apple will be giving a major redesign to its iPhone model due in 2017. In his recent note to investors, Kuo notes that Apple will be replacing its current aluminum shell in favor of an all-glass body for the 2017 model of the iPhone. He also adds that the current IPS LCD display tech will also be replaced with an AMOLED screen.