There will be an iPhone 7, no doubt about it. It’s likely to stick to the same launch cycle as it has done previously, and won’t appear until October 2016.
However that hasn’t stopped the rumours circulating. The iPhone 7 is said to be ditching the headphone socket.
This isn’t a new idea and it’s one of the oldest components on the handset, taking up a lot of internal space that could be used to expand its battery.
The Lightning connector already supports audio, so it’s not too far fetched.
We’d expect a new design, as the 6 and 6S share the same looks, and Apple updates the iPhone design every two years.
There has been talk of waterproofing the handset too.
Other rumours have suggested the design might be similar to the iPhone 6S but see a change in the camera lens that sits flush with the metal.
It will mostlikely be launched with the iOS 10 and more powerful hardware.
As for new features, we suspect Apple will want to refine the camera experience and work on increasing the functionality of the already impressive 3D Touch display.
But what will the iPhone 7 Plus look like, and what new features will it come with? What will be the differences between the iPhone 6s Plus and the iPhone 7 Plus, and between the iPhone 7 and the iPhone 7 Plus?
How will Apple set the top-of-the-range iPhone 7 Plus apart from the rest of its iPhone range? And most importantly, when will the iPhone 7 Plus be launched?
All these we dont know for sure but in time all shall be revealed.Thanks for reading and welcome again.