iPhone 7 & iPhone 7 Plus Listed By Goldgenie; 3GB RAM & 12MP Camera Resolution Present
Apple will launch the iPhone 7 and the iPhone 7 Plus next month. This year's flagships from Cupertino will change little in terms of design. In terms of specifications however, we're expecting the usual host of upgrades. Apple will deliver once again on the camera front, with the larger iPhone 7 Plus also rumored to get a RAM upgrade. Today, an alleged detailed listing of the pair's specifications has surfaced, which shed more light on what to expect this year. Some of these sound downright outrageous, while others might be a bit more plausible. Read on below for more details.
Alleged iPhone 7 And iPhone 7 Plus Specifications Provide Quite A Bit Of Details For Pair
Apple saw iPhone sales decline for the first time in 2016. This had been predicted beforehand by quite a bit of folks, including CEO Tim Cook. Given that the company's slowed things down w.r.t its flagship lineup, this year's development shouldn't have come as a surprise. To keep things up and running, this year's iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus will come with several 'market enticing' upgrades on board.
Now, today's alleged specification listing provides more insight into what to expect this year. For starters, neither the iPhone 7 nor the iPhone 7 Plus will get a resolution upgrade. The iPhone 7 Plus will come with a 4.7 inch screen, with resolution of 750x1334. This will lend it the lineup's 324ppi pixel density, and should most likely turn out to be correct. After all, the major display upgrades are expected for the iPhone 7 which will be launched by Apple next year.
In addition, the lineup will come with standard 16/64 and 128GB storage options. Under the hood, you'll get the Apple A10 with 2GB of RAM. Battery capacity for the iPhone 7 will increase to 1960mAh, up from the iPhone 6s' 1710mAh. The device will also measure 7.1mm in thickness, marking no change from 2015. The iPhone 7 Plus on the other hand will come in three variants of 32, 128 and 256GB. Display resolution will be 1080x1920, keeping things consistent from last year.
The device is listed with 3GB of RAM, which falls in line with earlier rumors. Apart from this, little will change on the device from its predecessor, with camera resolution standing at 12MP with OIS. The thickness, is surprisingly listed at 6.1mm, which shelves a complete 1.2mm from the iPhone 6s Plus. If Apple really does pull this off, then we'd say that Cupertino really has progressed quite a bit over the course of a year. Take today's information with a grain of salt. Thoughts? Let us now what you think in the comments section below and stay tuned for the latest.