It doesn’t seem like two minutes since the release of the iPhone 6S yet there are already whispers about what the iPhone 7 will bring.
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The iPhone 6S brought some impressive features, as well as the new rose gold exterior option. However, as impressive as the 6S was, this is Apple we’re talking about, each release is so unlike its predecessor and flawlessly unique.
And the 7 looks like to be no exception. Rumor suggests that Apple’s latest release will scrap the idea of a headphone jack making way for wireless and lightning connection for headphone and speaker options whilst also making the phone a whole lot slimmer.
As well as discarding the jack, it looks likely that the 16GB storage option will no longer be option. The 16GB is the lowest option offered by Apple and truthfully, it is just not enough. Roughly a quarter of that is often taken up by software already on the handset and with your phone being an investment every couple of yours or so, your photos, apps and music are definitely going to build up thus leaving you with that very frustrating insufficient storage warning.
Apple are definitely set to make up for it though with the introduction of the long awaited hexa-core A10 chip which would just users experience one of the quickest and most powerful processors on the market. It’s also a convenient addition for those who switch between multiple apps at once.
Still though, even with a slimmer, smarter handset and a faster processor, there’s one thing on every iPhone users’ mind – that is, of course, battery life. The substandard battery of current iPhones arguably lets down the brilliance of the Apple range.
Whilst nothing has been confirmed, it would certainly be a most welcome addition to the new model. The 3,100mAh battery would make the world of difference to the increasing size of apps, and allow for greater play time on the growing number of games – from augmented reality favorites to the latest interactive casino based iPhone games.
In addition, the wireless charging system using a power mat would be sure to end the frustrations of the meter-long cable that is just too short.
As well as a possible increase in battery life, it looks likely that we’ll see a pixel increase. Whilst the September release of the 7 may come a little too early for an upgrade to the 4K resolution, a transfer to the OLED technology (as seen on the Samsung 6) may be implemented.
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Such changes are pivotal of the iPhone is going to compete with its smartphone rivals, it’s no secret that the market is now more competitive than ever and may just be why the 7 is so highly anticipated.