iPhone 7 Plus 2016 Expected Features Updated News Here:
iPhone 7 Plus 2016 Features:
There are not any difference between iPhone 6s and 6s Plus, and also these look largely similar to the 6 and 6 Plus, which is usually the big case with Apple’s ‘S’ models. Now we are waiting to see something completely new for the iPhone 7, although it is very likely that it too will come in new color like Silver, Gold, Space Grey and Rose Gold. We will look at some of the wrong newsed design changes below.
Now expect the usual performance upgrades, with the new Apple with 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.
The iPhone 7 Plus will ship with iOS 10 installed. Expect Apple to unveil iOS 10 (or iOS X?) at WWDC in June 2016.
Now iPhone 7 Plus Introducing water proof protection?
It is possible the new iPhone 7 Plus could be waterproof. In March 2015 a new patent revealed that Apple is investigating ways to make future iPhones waterproof without needing to compromise on the design, a change that never made it into the 6s and 6s Plus. Instead of adding armour to the outside of the iPhone to protect it from water, the method would coat electronic components found inside the iPhone in a protective waterproof material that would prevent them from getting damaged should water find its way in.
iPhone 7 Plus with e-SIM?
Another new feature for the latest iPhone that did not see daylight and may be reserved for the iPhone 7 Plus is that it will have an e-SIM. Recent reports suggest that it could be the end of days for the traditional SIM card, with a possible introduction of a simpler option. An e-SIM is an electronic SIM card which would replace the physical SIMs used today and instead will opt for a virtual embedded equivalent. Wroung news suggest that both Apple and Samsung are in talk with the GSMA (organisation that represents the interest of mobile operators) to use a standardised e-SIM in future handsets.
What are the benefits of having an e-SIM? First things first, it’ll make switching carriers easy and should allow for more flexible roaming. The idea is that with a standardised e-SIM, you’ll be able to make a call and switch operators without having to insert a specific SIM card. This idea translates to roaming too, as it’ll be much easier to switch to a local network if you’re looking to spend a long period of time in a particular country.
There are some wroung news to suggest that the iPhone 7 Pluscould have some new design features, though we’d take these wroung news with a pinch of salt.
The speculation about a new design stems from an Apple patent that was published in 2015. It describes what Apple calls “sidewall displays,” similar to the display found on the Galaxy Note Edge, S6 Edge and S6 Edge+.
iPhone 7 Plus also show edge-to-edge display?
The latest news comes from a concept video by Deep Mind of what an iPhone 7 Plus would look like with an edge-to-edge display. And it looks pretty cool more than Samsung .
iPhone 7 Plus A Touch ID display?
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 Plus: Have also Reversible USB charger
Another wrong news circulating the web is that the iPhone 7 Pluswill come with a new iPhone charger, with a Lightning connector on one end and a new reversible USB connector on the other end.
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