I know, it’s getting old, as every other day we have yet another rumor about the iPhone 7: there’s a dual-camera setup, no, it’s not. There’s a headphone jack, no it’s not and so on and so forth. Thing is, today we have something more than the usual rumor mill palaver.
The rumor mills have not decided to slow down for the iPhone 7 and new leaks are coming out every day. A smartphone repair shop in China, Rock Fix, has allegedly been releasing pictures of the internal parts of the all new iPhone 7. The internal parts are showing a lot of promise and it might well be the best iPhone yet if the parts are of the iPhone 7. One of the first rumors that spread around were the exclusion of a 3.5mm headphone jack.
If you’re an Apple fanboy, today’s piece of intel will put a big grin on your face: according to a tweet made recently by the hugely popular (and proven) leakster OnLeaks, iPhone 7 entered mass-production at Pegatron.
Even if it may seem hard to believe, the iPhone SE is a hugely successful smartphone. Actually, this level of success took Apple by surprise and lately, the “excessive” demand for Apple’s “black sheep” (’cause it’s cheap) sort to speak put the company to a stress test.
According to the latest rumor floated in the “rumor-sphere”, the long awaited for iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus will not feature a dual camera setup after all.
The endless number of leaks to Apple’s latest and greatest device, the Apple iPhone 7, continue to keep coming. This time around we have a shot of the front of the device and there is a startling new change up front. Earlier leaks of the rear panel of the iPhone 7 suggested a single camera and a dual camera setup on the Apple iPhone 7 Plus. There are also claims that the new camera will be able to pull off DSLR like shots.
As we’ve said before, Apple generally plays it safe with their flagship smartphone lineup, and we imagine every small detail is agonized over each year. That would include colors and a new render shows us what a Blue iPhone 7 could look like if recent rumors prove true.
If you keep up with the trends in the design world, Martin Hajek is a name that may be familiar. The Apple iPhone Pro is the latest smartphone concept from the designer, and it gives us a glimpse of one feature we may see sooner than later.
While we wait for the iPhone 7 release date to arrive, news is already pouring in about the iPhone 8. Today’s rumors are a bit more interesting than most, as they could point towards a major design change courtesy of a Dual Edge display.
The leak of the day comes from China in the form of a “spy-picture” showcasing the back-panel of an alleged iPhone 7, in a funky rose-gold colorway.