The upcoming iPhone 7 was rumored many times in leaked renders and the specifications of the device were also rumored a number of times in the past. The new iPhone series was previously rumored to have three variants that includes iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus and iPhone 7 Pro, but later on, it was cleared that the third variant might be launched as iPhone 7 SE. A new report from Bloomberg now suggests that the new iPhone will have a new pressure-sensitive home button.
The report further confirms that the design of the new iPhone 7 will be similar to the iPhone 6S series devices but the new iPhone might not have the headphone port and the connectivity will be done via Bluetooth and the charging port and making room for a second speaker. Both will retain the 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch screen sizes as their predecessors and the sources of Bloomberg also confirmed that the two innermost antenna lines of the new iPhone that run across the back of the current iPhones will also be removed.
Further the report confirmed the dual cameras on the iPhone 7 Plus which is the largest display model among the two and this camera will bring brighter and clear photos with more details. Each of the sensor will capture the color differently and simultaneously takes a picture and outputs a single merged photograph with brighter photos. The dual camera system will also helps taking clear sharp images even in low-light. A leaked hands-on video by Bshop Kuwa also shows all the three IPhone models from all sides.
The new pressure-sensitive home button will be called as haptic feedback and will replace the physically press buttons available on its predecessors. Both the iPhone 7 models will run the iOS 10 OS out of the box that is expected to be launched along with the new iPhones in September. The new iOS 10 will feature new features such as new messaging features, a new application for controlling smart home appliances and a redesigned Apple Music app.