By Nica Virtudazo, Parent Herald | December 26, 4:30 AM
Several fans are now itching to have a chance to touch the upcoming iPhone 7. However, the so-called "thinnest iPhone" will not be readily available in stores until September 2016.
Recent news reports claimed that Apple is set to treat its followers as it will be producing the best handset yet. As a matter of fact, one of its astounding features is its all-metal design with bezeless display. Not only that, it is also expected be to more dust and water resistant than ever before as it features the new "ruggedized" build of the phone.
The new sleeker look of iPhone 7 can be attributed to other new impressive features which include wireless charging, removal of the 3.5mm headphone jack and the alleged screen with Touch ID baked in, per Tech Radar.
"With the iPhone 6S Apple delivered its best handset yet, but aside from sporting some fancy new 3D Touch technology it was also very similar to the iPhone 6," the tech news outlet stated in a report. "That was to be expected - after all, Apple typically only overhauls its handsets once every two years, but that overhaul is due with the iPhone 7, so we're expecting and hoping for big changes: think a whole new design, piles of power and a bunch of new features."
Moreover, rumor has it that iPhone 7 will feature a glass-on-glass screen that could lead to better resolution, which is more in line with that found in several Android devices. Also, as expected, the upcoming new iPhone handset might also possess more than its share of camera enhancing tweaks, which include optical image stabilization.
Furthermore, iPhone 7 is reported to be equipped with an evolved multi-Force Touch option and a dual camera set-up that was told to be developed since the making of iPhone 6s. Thus, it is also expected to have the same price range with iPhone 6s.
In terms of performance, iPhone 7 is expected to go beyond its older versions. In fact, it was reported to have a hexa-core A10 chip, a significant upgraded feature from the dual processor in iPhone 6s. However, while there are quite a lot of significant developments expected, one drawback to the upcoming iPhone is its RAM which is said to remain around the 2GB range.
To recall, iPhone 6S failed to amaze Apple fans because of its significant similarity to iPhone 6. Though it featured the 3D Touch technology and was heralded as the best handset from Apple yet, it was not able to represent the major overhaul for the flagship line of the company.
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