Reportedly iPhone 7 / iPhone 7 Plus To Feature Pressure-Sensitive Home Button With Haptic Feedback, Duos Camera And More


This time around again another report regarding the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus surfaced claiming that to feature a flush pressure-sensitive Home button in place of the physical switch button found on current iPhones, according to Bloomberg.

With that said, the Home button on both the iPhone 7/7 Plus will provide feedback to user via vibrating haptic sensation rather than a true physical click. Rumors already specified about this already, but today report citing people familiar with the matter.

The news outlet said that the new models will have a pressure-sensitive button “similar to trackpads in the latest MacBook line”. In addition, the article claims that the dual cameras now widely expected on the larger 5.7-inch iPhone 7 Plus, will produce brighter photos with more detail using the 12MP camera, “according yo a person who has used a prototype version of the upcoming device”.

Also noted that the new iPhones will have no antenna bands running across the back of the handsets, and Apple will remove the 3.5mm headphone jack in favor of connectivity via Bluetooth and the Lightning-enabled EarPods port. It will make some room for a second speaker.

Other rumored features for the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus not included is that a faster TSMC-made A10 processor, faster LTE and Wi-Fi support, a slightly larger battery, and of course a minimum 32GB of internal storage.

Expected Apple may launch the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus next month, in September on 12th or 16th of the month. Pre-orders could begin Friday, Sept. 9, ahead of retail availability on Friday, 16th September, as per leaker Evan Blass aka @evleaks.

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