Internal Codename For The iPhone 7 Dual Camera Leaks; Might Become A Reality This Year


Even though the iPhone 7 and the iPhone 7 Plus are almost eight months away, that doesn't stop news and information from surfacing through the leak/rumor mill. We've heard quite a lot so far about the upcoming flagship upgrades from Apple, the more interesting of which has been the potential presence of a dual camera setup on the smartphones.

While it might sound a bit of overkill as of now, given Apple's general hesitation of introducing such drastic changes, more sources have now started to speak up on the matter. Today, we've got some rather strange whispers straight out of China for you, so take a look below to find out more.

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Apple's iPhone 7 Dual Camera Reportedly Has An Internal Code-name

When it comes to the iPhone 7, we've heard several things about the device so far. Not only should the iPhone 7 and the iPhone 7 Plus be expected to feature Apple's A10 processor on board, but the devices have also been rumored to come with some interesting design changes on board. These include water and dust proof certification, coupled with a new headphone jack and perhaps even noise cancelling earphones in the box.

But while these are tertiary changes to the iPhone, the recent speculation about a dual camera setup on board has managed to gain a lot of attention. Today, some news straight out of China suggests that Apple has an internal codename for the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus' dual camera. This codename, as you can see in the image above is the 'iPhone 7 Plus dual', which doesn't really capture imagination if you ask us.

leaked iphone 7 imagesIf Apple does choose to introduce a dual camera setup on the iPhone 7, then we should expect to see some accompanying software upgrades from Cupertino too. The company's known to give careful thought and work to any new features that it introduces to its devices, with Apple having taken its fair share of time in the past to upgrade the iPhone's screen size, camera resolution and RAM; features that receive annual focus in the Android world.

There's still plenty of time left until we will get to see the iPhone 7 and the iPhone 7 Plus being launched by Apple so more information on the matter should be expected to surface inevitably. Till then, we'll keep our guns pointed at the upcoming Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge launches by Samsung so stay tuned and let us know what you think in the comments section below. We'll keep you updated in the meanwhile.