The iPhone 7 may take some cues from Apple Watch
The iPhone 7 remains a mystery but rumors will continue to arise until Apple confirms key information. On the other hand, the Apple Watch may show some clues about what to expect regarding the next flagship smartphone.
The Apple Watch if simply said is just an iPhone on the wrist, but at the same time it is different from an iPhone.
For the first of the things that Apple will bring to the iPhone 7 from the Apple Watch is the force touch, which is also there in the New Macbook. And this will help make the iPhone 7 much more thinner than the previous generation, and lets just believe it to be true as Apple loves the thinner next generation gimmick with each of it’s product.
The ability to press on the screen to bring up new menus would definitely be useful, as it would reduce the time in which we need to go to the options and then various menus till we reach the desired destination. Texting could become easier, and even editing photos will receive an upgrade.
What Apple may not have is the Digital Crown on the iPhone 7, and thank god for that as we don’t have to go back to the PDA days with the clie’s and all that stuff and hear from Apple this is totally the most new and innovative thing done the first time on a phone. We really don’t care as it won’t be useful.
Here are some other rumors about Apple’s upcoming iPhone 7
Some believe that Apple will skip releasing updated versions of the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, and instead jump to the iPhone 7. If rumors are correct, the iPhone 7 will have a 4.7-inch screen while the 7 Plus will carry a 5.5-inch display, similar to its predecessors.
Originally, there was speculation that Apple would release a 4-inch iPhone but this is unlikely.
Apple may also add a stronger processor and RAM to the next line of iPhones. They will likely integrate its most advanced A9 chipset alongside 2GB of Ram in the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus. This means the phones will have very high RAM space.
The camera will without a doubt receive an overhaul. Image stabilization can be expected and reports say that the next iPhones will deliver DSLR-like images using a dual-lens camera system. This latter theory has been confirmed with Apple’s acquisition of LinX, a company that is known for developing advanced camera sensors.
Apple may also improve the touch experience on the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus.