Here Is A Working IPhone 7 In Deep Blue Color

Posted: Aug 20 2016, 11:27am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 20 2016, 11:35am CDT, in Rumors | Apple


Here Is A Working  iPhone 7 In Deep Blue Color

New pictures of the rumored Deep Blue iPhone 7 Plus have emerged online via tech.infeng, which show every beautiful angle of the phone.

If the pictures are authentic then all this becomes more exciting as they depict a fully working unit but it is possible that the final model we see at the release might be slightly different.

These pictures are our first actual look at what the iPhone will look like.

The images coincide with everything we have learned and seen of the new iPhone 7 over the months.

There is the camera hump present as well has dual lens and repositioned antenna lines.


This Deep Blue iPhone will become the first iPhone to be offered by Apple in any color other than Space Grey, Gold, Silver and Rose Gold.

If one was to over think this color choice than we could look at Samsung and its apparent bias towards this color and use in most of its high end product lines.

With the launch of the iPhone so near we are now getting to hear more about what the device has to offer internally.

Recently a comparison of the logic board for iPhone 6S and 7 was leaked which pointed out all things similar and different between the two.

The comparison pointed out that Apple will no longer be using Qualcomm to power its baseband chips but will instead be switching to Intel.

It is a possibility that Apple ends up offering both the baseband chips but we won’t be able to comment on this until people actually starting using the new iPhone.

We will surely be getting a whole host of new leaks before the final release of the iPhone 7 which is scheduled to take place on September 7th, so near!

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<a href="/latest_stories/all/all/32" rel="author">Ahmed Humayun</a>
Ahmed Humayun is a technology journalist bringing you the hottest tech stories of the day.




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