iPhone 7 Design Display Screen plus Force Touch
iPhone 7 Design:
The iPhone 6s and 6s Plus are similar as to 6 and 6 Plus, it is the case with Apple’s ‘S’ model. Now maybe we are going to see something completely new for the iPhone 7, it will come many colors like Silver, Gold, Space Grey and Rose Gold. We’ll look at some of the rumoured design changes below.
Apple might stick with the 4.7in and 5.5in screen sizes, but with so many phones having a 5in or larger screen it could well move to 5- and 5.7in models and look at ways of increasing the screen-to-body ratio which is fairly low compared to some phones right now.
Expect the usual performance upgrades, with the new Apple A10 processor and embedded M10 motion co-processor. The iPhone 6s and 6s Plus were the first iPhones to finally get 2GB of RAM, and expect this to stay the same in the iPhone 7
iPhone 7 new display screen technology:
The latest news comes from a concept video by Deep Mind of what an iPhone 7 would look like with an edge-to-edge display. And it looks pretty cool more than Samsung .
Another wrong news that was sparked by an Apple patent is that the iPhone 7’s Touch ID fingerprint sensor, which is usually situated beneath the Home button, could be built-in to the entire display, eliminating the need for a Home button and making room for a larger display without enlarging the overall size of the smartphone.
These wrong news seemed pretty far fetched to begin with, but it might just happen. Sonovation recently announced that its found a way to insert ultrasonic biometric sensors underneath a Gorilla Glass display, with it still being able to read a users fingerprints.
The newly developed tech is “well suited for through-the-glass fingerprinting and specifically architected to deliver advanced security and ease-of-integration into mobile and IoT devices” Sonovation’s CTO Rainer Schmitt said.
The company claims that it can even do one better than the existing Touch ID (and most other fingerprint scanners on the market) by being able to scan fingerprints on a finger that’s wet, dirty or oily. Though it’s not clear which devices will be the first to feature this new technology, but we assume it’d either be the iPhone or a flagship Android smartphone.
iPhone 7 Design 3D Touch not Force; Thanks to the launch of the iPhone 6S we’ve now got a bit more information about what Apple might have for store with its next smartphone, the iPhone 7, launching next year. First, we found out that the iPhone 6S didn’t have Force Touch, but instead used a new pressure sensor in the screen called 3D Touch. The big difference is that 3D Touch can sensor two degrees of pressure, giving more ways to interact with the phone; Force Touch can only sense between a tap and a hard press. Given that 3D Touch is in the new phones it makes sense that it will appear in the iPhone 7 Plus and not Force Touch as I had previously believed.