Next month’s iPhone is expected to be much different from what is in your hand.
According to Bloomberg, the larger iPhone 7 will be equipped with a dual-camera system designed to capture brighter photos with more detail.
This upgrade is just one of many rumors surrounding the iPhone 7 designs, as both models are set to have a home button that reads different inputs, but will be missing the traditional headphone jack.
‘The standout features will be a dual-camera system on the larger iPhone, a re-engineered home button that responds to pressure with a vibrating sensation rather than a true physical click and the removal of the devices’ headphone jack, said the people, who didn’t want to be identified discussing unannounced features,’ reports Mark Gurman from Bloomberg.
DailyMail.com has contacted Apple for comment and has yet to hear a response.
Although the handsets may be designed with new features, display sizes are not expected to change.
The iPhone 7 and 7 Plus will have the same 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch screens as their predecessors.
Sources also told Bloomberg that Apple removed the two innermost antenna lines that line the back of the current phones.
The dual camera has been a long running rumor for the iPhone 7 and just a few months ago, a patent surfaced that illustrates this technology – sending the internet into a frenzy over the iPhone 7 Plus having ‘superzoom’ capabilities.
According to Bloomberg’s sources, who claim to have used a prototype of the highly anticipated devices, this new system will snap brighter pictures in low-light environments and with more detail.
However, the dual-camera system will only be available to those who dish out the extra bucks for the larger iPhone.
The lenses, which each snap colour differently, will merge together to make one detailed image.
This technology would also allow users to zoom in on the object, place or person with more clarity, sources said.
The home button has not been discussed too much this year, but it seems Apple could have big plans for this mechanism in the new models.
‘Current home buttons are switches that physically press into the phone, but the new models will have a pressure-sensitive button that employs so-called haptic feedback,’ according to Bloomberg’s’ sources.
This technology is expected to be similar to the trackpads implemented in the latest MacBook line and what was reported by 9TO5Mac earlier this year.
Sources told the Ben Lovejoy that although the home button will still be a physical mechanism, it will ‘feature haptic feedback to simulate a click using the same approach as Force Touch’ – which was a new addition to the iPhone 6 line.
And the rumor that can be heard echoing all over the internet might actually be true.
Numerous leaks and sources have surfaced over the past year reveaingl a major change in the the upcoming iPhones, no headphone jack, which Bloomberg says will be replaced with a second speaker.
Users will also have to make use of connectivity using Bluetooth and the charging port to setup wireless headphones.
Another rumor hit the internet just last month that put an even bigger twist on the mystery, claiming next month’s Apple smartphones will not be called the iPhone 7 at all.
Instead, it will be called the iPhone 6SE – leaving the iPhone 7 for next year, when apple is expected to introduce a major overhaul of its iconic handset.
The report from Apfelpage comes from Chinese supply chain sources, who claim to have have seen packaging and labeling that indicates the new phone will be called the ‘iPhone 6SE’.
‘Given the more-iterative changes and similar design, it is not out of the question for Apple to brand the new iPhone as a continuation of the iPhone 6 line,’ says 9to5Mac.
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