Apple’s upcoming iPhone 7 family is coming with numerous upgrades, but it’s the little things that make the biggest of impacts. Where we’re looking at dual cameras and upgraded SoCs, iPhone 7 could feature two bottom facing rockers to provide the ultimate sound experience to users who don’t want to plug in their earphones or headphones.
Dual Bottom-Facing Speaks Could Deliver Impeccable Sound Quality On An iPhone 7
These days, most flagships are being judged on the smallest of things that prevent them from being the perfect product, and majority of manufacturers often skip out on delivering capable speakers for consumers who do not possess an affinity to listen to any form of media with their headphones or earphones plugged in.
With dual bottom-facing speakers, we expect better sound quality to emanate from those punched holes, and majority of the time, we’ve see users block the sound by placing their finger right next to the speaker grill. With a dual speaker configuration, this is not going to be an issue since sound will still be pumped out from the other grill.
As for the other upgrades, Apple’s A10 is going to be manufactured on TSMC’s 16nm FinFET technology, which is the same node that’s going to be used for the upcoming Apple Watch 2. We know for a fact that all upcoming iPhone 7 models are going to feature an A10 SoC, and according to the leaked performance metrics, 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.
Are you the sort of person who often listens of varied forms of media without their headphones and earphones plugged in? Would you want to see a hefty speaker upgrade on the iPhone 7? Tell us your thoughts immediately.