As September coming near, rumors and reports regarding the next iPhone are begenning to thrive the Internet Web with an increasing pace. Recent report hits the shelves, pointing at some sort of significant changes in the hardware, and even speaked if the the smaller 4-inch iPhone will be hitting the stores this year or not, discussed. More details on what are those 11 iPhone 6s and iPhone 7 features leaked in a set of Trusted sources list can be grabbed right after this jump.
However given that the history of Apple’s naming cycle for the iPhone lineup, the next pair of Cupertino’s smartphones could be called iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus, but likely, the upcoming device from Apple could have enough changes under the hood to be called an iPhone 7. Apparently, this is waht Ming-Chi Kuo, an analyst at KGI Securities had suggested some time back, and now finally sent a list of eleven predictions about the upcoming iPhone.
The successors are treated to an ongoing trickle of rumors and the latest report originating in the Far East reiterates and the heart of the phone will be a branded-new A9 processor from Apple, complimented with ample 2GB of LPDDR4 RAM, which should give the phone a faster boost in multi-tasking scenerios. The iSight camera will be the next one, possibly to be upgraded to a 12-megapixel sensor, and while on the current iPhones offers an 8MP which is pretty potent, it was about tome some extra pixels made the cut.
Apple may retain the current screen sizes of the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, and the reports today adds that the Cupertino camp will be looking to use a different casing material this time around, furthermore, supplimented by internal mechanical design changes to counter the slightest chance of the phone bending. Uncertain that, there is still chance we may see a new color option for the new iPhone as well; a rose gold, as seen on the Apple Watch Edition. 18-karat gold? Not that!
An improved Touch ID fingerprint sensor will be initiated, with the introduction of gestue control suppoirt, additional microphone near the speaker is expected, and are some of the other features that might land on the next iOS smartphone. For starters, the Force Touch on an iPhone model is accostomed, that debuted on the 12-inch MacBook this year, 2015. Naturally, the Force Touch will be the biggest selling point of the iPhone 6s or iPhone 7 – whatever Apple calls it – allowing for some new ways to interact with the existing UI in iOS.
It is expected that mass production of the handsets should begin somewhere in August, with Kuo expecting 80-90 million units being sold in 2015. Speaking of sizes, the source claims that both the 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch diagonals will be retained, but the rumored smaller 4-inch version won’t see the light of day, at least this year.
While the 5.5-inch model may be graced with a sapphire glass display, provided certain supply issues are resolved. Could be a limited edition with an added protection, wheraes the mainstream models will come with the Ion-X glass currently employed.