Rumors iPhone 7 Will Not Have Camera Bump And Antenna Lines
Just recently, rumors begun to spread that the new iPhone 7 which is expected to be released near the end of this year will be using a rear dual-camera system. However, the latest reports claim that there will be another major change in the iPhone 7 camera too.
The latest iPhone 6S /6S+ and iPhone 6 and iPhone 6+ models and their 12 and 8-megapixel sensors featured bulging camera lenses which were not characteristic of the older iPhone models. And just like with the newest iPod touch models, the design of the new iPhone was noticeably favoring thinness instead of featuring a flush camera.
The only difference would be the removal of the rear antenna lines which are characteristic of the iPhone 6 model.
On the other side. The iPod touch and the cellular iPads both feature. A plastic strap that enables the radio waves to travel. The new design of the iPhone 6 has an all-metal back which is much more lasting. More than the glass-backed iPhone devices from the older series. But this, of course, goes at the expense of an overall smoother look.
So still, there are a lot of other things that can go away as well.
iPhone 7 Camera Bump and MicroUSB
As we have already mentioned, Apple is also working on releasing the new set of wireless earbuds.
Another speculation that is likely to be true about the iPhone 7 is the better storage capacity.