Here’s Another Alleged iPhone 7 Plus Image That Shows A Dual Camera


The iPhone 7. Cupertino's upcoming flagship lineup has once again managed to become the centerpiece of news. This is despite the fact that not many major changes are expected this year. To recap, the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus will come with minor design upgrades on board. These include the removal of the 3.5mm earphone jack and redesigned antenna bands. The larger iPhone 7 Plus has seen more interesting upgrades rumored. Today, yet another alleged image of the device in Rose Gold has surfaced, which shows the former. Take a look below to find out more.

The iPhone 7 Plus Surfaces In Yet Another Alleged Image; Dual Camera Setup Present Yet Again

Apple's hard pressed to introduce upgrades to the iPhone this year. The lineup represents the majority of its revenue share after all. Trying to follow Android in the specification race has guaranteed Apple a position in a rather uncomfortable loop. After all, the company has always liked to take its time before making big changes. The display upgrade on the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus proved to be one such feature. While Apple was eager to increase screen size, it failed to back that up with latest build materials a.k.a OLED.

Since then, Apple's been trying very hard to make us look the other way with camera upgrades. For the iPhone 7 and the iPhone 7 Plus, Cupertino will be following similar patterns. The pair is expected to come with its own set of camera upgrades. For the iPhone 7, this will be in the form of OIS and a larger camera sensor. For the iPhone 7 Plus, it will be in the form of an alleged dual camera, which has seen its fair share of controversy. Yet another image has surfaced today which shows the feature for the device. Take a look below.


While once again there's no surefire way of authenticating the image above, it does stand in line with what has surfaced so far. You can easily spot the redesigned antenna bands and a dual camera setup in it. Apart from these, the overall configuration for the device appears to be the same. The spaceship design is also clearly evident. Apple's clearly run out of design ideas, a fact will be clear with the launch of the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus this September.

In terms of hardware, we're expecting base storage lineup for the device to start from 32GB. This will mark a much needed change for the lineup. Furthermore, if alleged price cuts also turn out to be true, then Apple should manage to keep its revenues up. This should keep its shareholders happy as well and buy the company one more year for true innovation on the lineup. We'll be here to cover the launch of the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus next month. Stay tuned and let us know what you think in the comments section below.