Monday, June 27, 2016

iPhone 7 Camera Leaked Images Shows The Larger Camera Hole

It is two month before Apple will release its next iPhone lineup and we have another iPhone 7 camera leaked images that proved some of the rumors. The leaked pictures shows that iPhone 7 has the large camera hole. The larger camera sensor cut out suggests a bigger sensor that should greatly help in improving the imaging performance of the next iPhone models.


If you will look at the picture closer you'll see the antenna bands being placed at the top and bottom edges.

What is interesting this photo of the rear panel of the iPhone 7 Plus gives us a close look at the dual-lens camera. The dual-lens setup should allow the larger smartphone to take better pictures than the 4.7-inch iPhone 7 and will potentially have some other tricks for better shooting.

It is also believed that all next iPhones models will feature a dual SIM slot that is particularly very popular in such countries as India and China.

There is also rumors that together with the next smartphone lineup Apple is going to launch a cheaper variant of the smaller iPhone 7 with 3.5 mm audio jack. As it is the first time we all are hearing about this cheaper iPhone 7 variant we'd better recommend you not to believe in it till there would be other proofs.  

Also just a month back there were other iPhone 7 camera leaked images. The leak included the molds of the next iPhone models. They showed that there were no holes for the Smart Connector, a rumored feature, and the dual-camera on the larger 5.5-inch iPhone 7 Plus model. 

It is expected that Apple will unveil the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus in September. Although there are multiple reviews about the upcoming handsets camera and other features specs there are no clear evidences which of them are true and which are not. All we can do is to wait till September.

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