As Apple’s flagship announcement nears in, a recent leak has broken all arguments suggesting three distinct iPhone 7 variant are to be revealed this September. The man behind this leak is Nowehereelse.fr’s Steve Hemmerstoffer. It was later confirmed by and reported by Forbes long time tech contributor, Gordon Kelly.
The leak are detailed CAD documents which suggests Apple is all set to release two iPhone variant, the entry model is a 4.7 inch iPhone 7 and the high-end model is a 5.5inch which could be named either iPhone 7 Plus or Pro. You’ll find the tweets by Hemmerstoffer @Onleaks below (Digital factory CAD photos and short gif)
Analyst Ming-Chi- Kuo has altered previous viral statements about the next iPhone generation that could be release in 3 variants. Instead, the analyst now said that only two variants will only be release by Apple.
In the report published by 9To5Mac, Ming-Chi Kuo gave a note to investors. The note stated, “Dual-camera to become a must-have feature for high-end smartphone. The initial market response to Huawei’s (CN) new flagship dual-camera model, P9, has been better than expected, and we estimate shipments may reach 10mn units in 2016F. In our view, more high-end smartphones will adopt this feature going forward. And, in order to maintain its leading position in the high-end market, we expect Apple will fully adopt dual-camera on the new 5.5-inch iPhone in 2H16”
The CAD documents and an image published by MacRumors also suggest the high-end variant to built-in with a smart connector. Apple’s game plan for this year could initially lie in the dual-camera.
The camera might have the ability to capture DLSR quality images. Apple’s high-end variant is also rumored to include 3GB of RAM. Forbes contributor Paul Monckton believes the inclusion of multi camera is the next big step of improvement for smartphone photography.
Apple has always managed to pull off an innovative feature in its product. Going by its previous track record, many believe this year’s iPhone won’t be a total setback by the tech giant.
— OnLeaks (@OnLeaks) May 11, 2016
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