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iPhone 7 Price, Release Date, Specifications, and All Other Rumours

Posted by pibamy on March 24, 2016 in Tech |
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Plenty of analysts initially believed that the Home button would disappear, but the consensus now seems to be that this will be a feature of the 2017 model. There was also talk of a new ‘Deep Blue’ colour option, but it now seems that this will actually just be a much darker version of ‘Space Grey’. Other reports suggest that the 16GB storage variant will finally be shunned, and that the phone will feature a dual-camera setup. Otherwise expect the usual processor and screen improvements.

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Most recently, a report from reputable leaker and journalist Evan Blass said he received information that Apple is planning to reserve the ‘iPhone 7’ name for its 2017 smartphone launch. He says that this year’s iPhone will not follow the conventional tick-tock launch cycle. He explained: “Apple is holding the name iPhone 7 until next year’s 10th anniversary edition, meaning that the 2016 models will very likely be named using another riff on iPhone 6.”

A spate of recent reports seem to be solidifying out view of what the iPhone 7 will entail. Indeed, one report claims that Apple has started mass production of the handset, suggesting it’s been finalised.

The Wall Street Journal claims that the iPhone 7 will be largely unchanged from the iPhone 6S, but for the notable omission of the 3.5mm headphone jack and possible inclusion of a dual-lens camera.

It’s all part of a shift to three-year cycle rather than the usual two which currently sees S-models following plain-numbered models. As such, all the big changes will allegedly occur with the 2017 model, which could feature a bold all-glass design and an OLED display.

Meanwhile, reports from Japan claim that the iPhone 7 will ship with the same old Apple EarPods, but will feature a Lightning adapter. Which sounds like a bit of a fudge to us.

Of course, we should also balance this against reports from a Gangzhou-based repair shop that suggest the iPhone 7’s Lighting port assembly still features a headphone jack. Interesting

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IPHONE 7: EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW

The iPhone 7 and 7 Plus are coming in 2016. Here’s everything we know about Apple’s next flagship smartphone.

iPhone 7 release date: September 16 or September 23 on sale (expected)

How much will the iPhone 7 cost: It should cost the same as the iPhone 6S so prices should start at £539/$649

What’s new about the iPhone 7: If rumours are to be believed then the iPhone 7 will make more waves because of what it’s missing than what it comes with. It’s very likely that we’ve seen the last of the 3.5mm headphone jack.

 

 

IPHONE 7 NEWS AND RUMOURS IN BRIEF

A spate of recent reports seem to be solidifying out view of what the iPhone 7 will entail. Indeed, one report claims that Apple has started mass production of the handset, suggesting it’s been finalised.

The Wall Street Journal claims that the iPhone 7 will be largely unchanged from the iPhone 6S, but for the notable omission of the 3.5mm headphone jack and possible inclusion of a dual-lens camera.

It’s all part of a shift to three-year cycle rather than the usual two which currently sees S-models following plain-numbered models. As such, all the big changes will allegedly occur with the 2017 model, which could feature a bold all-glass design and an OLED display.

 

Meanwhile, reports from Japan claim that the iPhone 7 will ship with the same old Apple EarPods, but will feature a Lightning adapter. Which sounds like a bit of a fudge to us.

Of course, we should also balance this against reports from a Gangzhou-based repair shop that suggest the iPhone 7’s Lighting port assembly still features a headphone jack. Interesting.

 

 

 

 

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