Upcoming Larger iPhone Will Feature A Camera That Will Give An Advantage In Low-Light
Improved iterations of phones have forced us to start nit picking them because of how well they’ve improved over the course of several years. The larger iPhone 7, which is either being referred to as an iPhone 7 Plus or iPhone 7 Pro could solve problems that smartphone cameras have been plagued with for several years; horrible image and video quality in low-light.
Larger iPhone Rumored To Come With An Exclusive Dual-Camera To Heavily Improve Low-Light Performance – Could Also Come With A 3D Touch Home Button
According to Bloomberg, the larger iPhone could come with a dual-camera configuration that will produce brighter images and that too with additional detail. Both camera sensors have been said to capture the light at the same time and merge both results into a single image, which we expect should heavily improve the quality of both images and videos. Unfortunately, Bloomberg reports that the 4.7-inch iPhone 7 will not possess this feature.
From a hardware perspective, the upcoming iPhone 7 models are going to feature an A10 SoC, and from the looks of it, the chipset is powerful, but not as much as we would want it to be, although we have to add that the improved processor design will help to save battery life. The phone could also feature LTE modems from two different companies, and we believe that the phablet is going to feature a 3,100mAh battery, which is huge even by Apple standards, along with on-board storage increased to 256GB. We expect that 256GB will be nice little upgrade for those who have capped their 128GB internal memory (for a premium price obviously).
Apple is also said to adopt a new chip developing technology called FoWLP, which stands for fan-out wafer level packaging platform. With this technology, smartphone OEMs can greatly reduce the thickness of their mobile devices since FoWLP does not require a PCB. Additionally, it is able to increase the efficiency of chips by 30 percent and reduce the thickness of smartphones by at least 0.3mm. We bet Apple’s ears must be ringing when they were pitched that smartphone thickness could be using by employing this technology in mobile devices.
As for the 3D Touch home button, it’s possible that this latest feature delivers a vibrational effect that will give the user the impression that they are pressing a physical button. For now, we want you to take all of this information with a grain of salt. When the newest iPhone family will be introduced in September, we’ll provide you with all the necessary updates.