While some details are still murky, there are rumors that have surfaced time and time again, allowing us to reliably predict some iPhone 7 changes.
Apple is expected to release its iPhone 7 in mid-September.
This should hopefully round out most of the leaks we'll see surrounding the iPhone 7 Plus. Such a cellular devices was never likely to be called the iPhone 7S.
Milunovich increased his iPhone 7 unit estimate to 222 million from 207 million previously, implying year-over-year growth of 5%.
The iPhone 6 and the iPhone 6s are the most refined phones Apple has ever made, and all the leaks we've seen suggest that the iPhone 7 looks pretty much the same.
Besound, a company in China that produces lightning-port headphones, developed the mockup and sent it exclusively to Unbox Therapy, host Lewis Hilsenteger says in the clip. As the iPhone 7 release date coming closer and closer, the rumors and the leaked photos about the phone is storming the internet with each passing day.
The video shows dual-camera lenses, which reportedly would pop up in the iPhone 7 Plus but not the iPhone 7. There are now loads of rumours and concepts floating around about the iPhone 7, from the fairly legitimate, to the outlandish and very unlikely ones we won't bother to get into. If you are upgrading this year, then you are probably going to need to buy a new case as this iPhone 7 looks to be a total redesign. We'll start with the most important.
The report went on to add, "It was also rumored a Pro version of the iPhone 7 alongside with the standard and the Plus version". The iPhone 7 Plus will come with a 5.5-inch display with an improved camera but no dual camera.
You'll notice three round dots on the back.
The same source that leaked the images of the working iPhone 7 prototype also published a brief video that shows the handset powered on and functioning.
The upshot of all that is that Milunovich raises his estimates for the September quarter to 45 million iPhone units from a prior 40 million; he raises his December units to 72 million from 70.8 million; and he raises his fiscal '17 units to 222 million from 207 million. Digitimes reported that Apple's upcoming smartphone will be equipped with 3GB of RAM, a definite improvement from the iPhone 6S' 2GB of RAM. The iPad Pro offers a similar connector, which is used to transfer power and data to the Smart Keyboard.