Instead, we're expecting to see Apple reinvent the wheel in 2017 with the iPhone 8. Looking at this tiny, but extremely effective way of telling out the leaks from the lies, it's also possible that we could be looking at a dummy version of the iPhone 7 Plus in Rose Gold. They point out that the pictures of the alleged iPhone 7 Plus device looks like it has a Smart Connector, a feature that may not make it to the final design of the iPhone 7 line. A lot of leaks have been going around the internet. We can't wait for Apple to reveal all of the juicy details. This rumor was seemingly bolstered when Bloomberg indicated that Apple was planning a special media event for Wednesday, Sept. 7.
Apple's move would align with other smartphone maker Samsung Electronics, whose signature smartphones the Galaxy S7, S7 Edge and the Note 7 are indeed water-resistant, reports Quartz. However, a new patent suggests there could be at least one significant improvement.
It would mean users would have to connect the phone to wireless Bluetooth headphones.
There have been some rumors about the iPhone 7 being constructed using liquid metal (Not like the Terminator).
As many flagship devices are coming with a dual-camera like LG G5 and Huawei P9. There's also the patent published in March 2015 that highlights how Apple has considered special coatings and seals to shield "electronic components from moisture".
Apple is supposedly mulling three models of the iPhone this year: the standard iPhone 7, then the larger-screen iPhone 7 Plus, and a iPhone 7 Pro.
What would you like to see Apple do with the iPhone 8 design next year? If The Malignant's tip holds true, the iPhone 7 could sport an even higher charging speed than the one found in the iPad charging adapter. While it's hard to know what rumors to believe and what rumors to ignore, Unbox Therapy released a video showing the blue iPhone this month.
Tyrese Gibson is recorded with an iPhone performing onstage during Rush Philanthropic Arts Foundation's 2016 ART FOR LIFE Benefit at Fairview Farms on July 16, 2016 in Bridgehampton, New York.