Apple is expected to unveil its newest iPhone in early September, and it is expected that the design will be similar to the existing iPhone 6S model. There have been plenty of rumors about what the release will hold, including redesigned antennas, dual-camera systems, and the removal of the headphone jack. Bloomberg News also reports that the next iPhone will include a pressure-sensitive home button.
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This change was rumored a few months ago, but the rumors seemed to disappear. Earlier, a photo showed a flush button that appeared to be where the home button originally was. Bloomberg's Mark Gurman noted that the newer iPhones have a button that "provides feedback to the user via a vibrating haptic sensation" instead of the somewhat satisfactory click. It will be similar, many feel, to the trackpads of the latest MacBooks.
Bloomberg also confirmed that the headphone jack will likely be removed from the next iPhone, which will use Bluetooth and Lightning headphones instead. This will improve the sound quality of not only the headphones, but the speakers as well. With the elimination of the jack, there is room for a second speaker, which will improve quality and volume of the speaker system.
There will be some changes to the camera, as many suspected. The sensors in the dual-camera system will be able to capture colors differently and take pictures simultaneously and then merge them into a single photo. In the end, the brightness and details in the photos will be changed so that low-light images will be better. Finally, it will have a better zoom.
The smaller iPhone 7 won't have the dual-camera system, reportedly.