Prediction: Apple’s iPhone 7 To Come With 3GB RAM, Waterproof Chassis

However the so-called next Apple’s iPhone will find its strength in a focus on a waterproof frame and dust-proof body and may ditch a metallic casing altogether. Rumors already thrown out as the new iPhone 2016 have begun to surface online and the chassis would certainly follow in the footsteps ofthe iPhone 6s and 6s Plus, which have moved to a stronger 7000 Series aluminium alloy. Today’s speculations has it in around the corner, the iPhone 7 will be packing a more extra RAM memory and 5.5-inch display and also suggested that would allow iPhone users to worry less about dropping their smartphones in liquids.

The iPhone 7 upgrade would call for a new frame and casing material, and in fact Apple is planning on adopting an entirely new material next year for the purported iPhone 7, which isn’t due for another ten months. Reports are surfacing, revealing certain details of Apple next-gen iPhone. In a new analysis, TrendForce says that Apple “will edge closer to Samsung in smartphone market share” next year, suggesting that the Korean smartphone maker might not be able to introduce new “hardware innovations” for flagship devices in 2016.

It is said that the new iPhone 2016 model is getting more RAM and a waterproof design. Dubbed iPhone 7, will be introduced in the second half of next year and the major selling points of the next-iPhone hardware will be stocking a 3GB memory upgrade for the 5.5″ model and waterproof.

What about iPhone 7 Plus? If Apple decided to launch its next iPhone, the ‘7’ – which is still a big mystery, then it could mean that it has already on-hands a Plus variant. Trendforce also says that high-end smartphones will use 14/16nm chips, 4GB/6GB of RAM and Full HD to QHD displays. Budget-category devices are expected to pack a 28nm processors, 3 gigs of RAM and FullHD screens. Here’s another imagination to check:Bezel-Less iPhone 7 Concept Runs iOS 10 On-board [Video]

The iPhone 7 release date is rumored to be any day in September or October next year, could be waterproofed to IP68 standards, it will again be a new innovation. It was also said that: iPhone 7 Might Come With Apple Watch-Like OLED Display.

(Source: Trendforce)

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