iPhone 7 Plus To Feature An Exclusive Camera Tech Not Present In The Smaller Model
iPhone 7 Plus is expected to be incorporated with a lot of hardware goodies underneath its chassis, but there is one hardware upgrade in particular that is going to remain exclusive to this device. Simply stated, if you want to gain a much better experience over the upcoming 4.7-inch model, then it is imperative that you invest in the phablet sized version of Apple’s upcoming smartphone lineup.
iPhone 7 Plus Reported To Feature Dual-Camera Tech – Regular iPhone 7 Will Not Feature This According To Latest Report
There are natural advantages of choosing to purchase a phablet sized smartphone, with the obvious ones being getting to see more content thanks to its large screen and obviously, a larger battery capacity. However, according to the latest report from respected KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, you will have an additional reason to upgrade to an iPhone 7 Plus and that happens to be its camera tech.
We have already reported that Apple always introduces something new in its smartphones; with iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus, it was the company’s Force Touch tech and with iPhone 7 Plus, it is going to be the inclusion of the dual-camera sensor technology.
When engaged in capturing a video or a photo, users will be able to view the transition between both lenses seamlessly, tapping on a spot in the photo to zoom in with a second lens. Afterwards Apple’s cleverly designed system would work similarly to digital zoom does today. There will be one advantage to using this particular software; since users will be busy using a lens with a longer focal length instead of zooming in through software, it will result in no loss of detail when you zoom into the image.
Moreover, we also believe that iPhone 7 will come with 256GB of internal storage as its highest capacity model, along with a 3,100mAh battery, suggesting that iPhones coming in 2017 and 2018 will have even larger capacities. Furthermore, in an attempt to allay people’s fear that EMI waves are harmful for smartphone users, Apple will be incorporating an EMI shielding technology in iPhone 7. According to industry sources, the tech giant is intending on applying the technology to the following components:
- Radio frequency (RF)
- Connectivity chips (wireless LAN, Bluetooth)
- AP (application processor) and other modems
Apple is intending on adding the appealing factor back in its upcoming iPhones, so both iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus are expected to feature an ‘edge to edge’ display; the display will basically melt over to the sides, similar to what Xiaomi has done with its Mi5. 2016 is definitely going to be an exciting year for Apple’s iPhones, so tell us what you thought about this latest revelation in the comments below.