The upcoming iPhone 7 shown in full hands-on video
Apple is already cooking the iPhone 7. It’s probably even near the final stages as a video from China, where iPhone 7 is manufactured, gets posted online showing the changes it has from its predecessor.
While the alleged 7th generation iPhone in the video is far from being official, it’s the nearest idea we have of what it might look like. Before getting any further, here’s the hands-on comparison video:
As you can see from the clip above, the iPhone 7 will retain a familiar design from the previous iPhone with an aluminum unibody but with the ugly antenna bands finally fixed. The camera is also getting a redesigned module although it still protrudes.
The significant change happening is with the 3.5mm headphone jack which has been around for ages. Starting with the iPhone 7, Apple is getting rid of the good old jack. As far we know, the new Earpods will then have a lighting port at its end for it to be compatible with the phone. We do wish Apple will provide an adapter for those who can’t let go of the 3.5mm jack yet.
Internally, it is said to sport the latest A10 chip, 3GB of RAM, and a base storage model of 32GB. Also, a photo of four iPhone 7 color options found its way online showing us four variants — Gold, Space Gray, Rose Gold, and Silver.
All of these are just rumors, so let’s not assume of everything to be final as only Apple can confirm what will the iPhone 7 be. We’re expecting more rumors and leaks as the launch of the next generation of iPhone is fast approaching.