Apple is expected to announce the 4-inch iPhone 5SE on March 21st. Meanwhile, rumors and leaks about the iPhone 7 are surfacing and the latest one offers a glimpse at the design of the phone.
It seems like the Apple iPhone rumour season has begun as we have more information regarding the upcoming iPhone. The next generation Apple iPhone 7 will reportedly have a flush camera just like the older generations and Apple might also get rid of the antenna bands.
A new rumour from an analyst states that the upcoming Apple iPhone 7 Plus might sport an iSight dual-camera setup that is based on LinX imaging technology.
A new patent application filed by Apple suggests that the company is thinking about improving camera even further on its upcoming iPhone. The patent for a dual rear camera zoom lens system was published by the US Patent and Trademark Office and first spotted by Patently Apple.
Earlier last year, we had reported that the upcoming iPhone 7 from Apple might not have a dedicated audio port. That rumour seems to have gotten more credibility now as apparently a supplier has confirmed the same.
A new rumor about the iPhone 7 is suggesting that the device will be waterproof and the antenna lines that are present at the back will be covered, according to a report from Taiwan’s Commercial Times, first spotted by Digitimes.
There had been a hoax in the past which stated that an update to iOS 7 would make your iPhone waterproof and many users actually fell for it. Now, apparently the next generation iPhone is rumoured to have waterproof abilities as well as 3GB of RAM.