iPhone 7 Image Leak Shows An ‘Edge To Edge’ Display – Is Apple Done With Bezels?
iPhone 7 is definitely going to be a cut above the rest and the latest image leak shows that the device is going to be sporting an ‘edge to edge’ display.
Is Apple Finally Ready To Say Goodbye To The Bezels With The Imminent Announcement Of iPhone 7?
According to the image that you can see at the bottom, Apple’s upcoming iPhone 7 sports an ‘edge to edge’ display, where the display melts to the side of the smartphone, giving it an overall aesthetic upgrade. While this will definitely give the upcoming iPhone lineup a nice little visual improvement, we cannot help but notice that it could be just another Chinese knockoff of the tech giant’s smartphone.
Chinese smartphone OEMs are shamelessly copying the entire design of iPhones, while selling them at cheaper prices, because let us face it, that is what Chinese manufacturers do. We will have to wait for further revelations to be exhumed before we can commit ourselves to believe that the upcoming iPhone 7 is going to be incorporated with an ‘edge to edge’ display. As for the remaining hardware specifications, we believe that the device will come sporting a dual-camera setup.
When engaged in capturing a video or a photo, users will be able to view the transition between both lenses seamlessly, tapping on a spot in the photo to zoom in with a second lens. Afterwards Apple’s cleverly designed system would work similarly to digital zoom does today. There will be one advantage to using this particular software; since users will be busy using a lens with a longer focal length instead of zooming in through software, it will result in no loss of detail when you zoom into the image.
Moreover, we also believe that iPhone 7 will come with 256GB of internal storage as its highest capacity model, along with a 3,100mAh battery, suggesting that iPhones coming in 2017 and 2018 will have even larger capacities.
Furthermore, in an attempt to allay people’s fear that EMI waves are harmful for smartphone users, Apple will be incorporating an EMI shielding technology in iPhone 7. According to industry sources, the tech giant is intending on applying the technology to the following components:
- Radio frequency (RF)
- Connectivity chips (wireless LAN, Bluetooth)
- AP (application processor) and other modems
Overall, we expect a very powerful smartphone that delivers both in hardware and features, and will have all the necessary information for you during the month of September.