Just ahead of its release in September, iPhone 7 leaks and speculations have reached a crescendo with people wondering just what new surprises Apple is planning to jump on them. The tight-lipped stance that the company has taken towards the upcoming addition to its flagship device has made folks even more desperate to milk out any piece of information that they can from the tiniest of suggestions; many of them may have missed the mark completely, but a few seem to be pretty genuine.
The last couple of leaks that have come our way from Japanese tech site Weibo is in the form of images. Now as for many of the earlier looksof the iPhone 7 that we were offered, they were often not quality resolution photos. But as the launch date draws nearer, some of the best leakstersaround the world are coming up with images with enough clarity to give us a pretty good idea of what to expect.
At present, the newest set of images has been concentrating on the different colours that the new iPhone 7 will be coming in. What we have on our hands right now offers the very firstlook at the upcoming iPhone 7 in the Gold and Black variations. But keep in mind the fact that the pictures do not depict actual, functioningiPhones, but onlyreplicas or samples that are believed to be exact representations of the build designs.
The images, however, suggest that the much-hyped about dual camera arrangement on the back will only be available on the larger, 5.5 variant of the iPhone 7 which will probably be called the iPhone 7 Plus. To go into a little detail about Apple’s dual camera set up, the technologybehind it was acquired when Apple purchased LinX, an Israeli company which boasted about its own revolutionary camera technology specifically designed for slim handsets, back in 2014. The new iPhone cameras are also expected to deliver improved photo performance in low light situations,decreased noise levels and improved color fidelity among a host of other things.
The iPhone 7 series is expected to be launched on September 7 at an event in California; they will probably go on sale by September 16. Fans are expecting to see a major difference in physical design compared to the earlier versions of the flagship device, with removed headphone jack, removed antenna lines, and the inclusion of added speakers and a 3D touch home button.