Apple’s 2014 flagship, iPhone 6, is climbing up sales-wise. But the relentless titan device producer has already come up with another flagship with 2015. Expectedly, the device shall bear the name of iPhone 7 (and a variant called iPhone 7 Plus). However, rumors talk about something that might be a “disappointment” or that it might be too early to give it the name of iPhone 7 and should instead christen it with iPhone 6S.
The tripster from Taiwan further supplied that the questionable iPhone 7 will sport a 4.7-inch screen display, whereas the Plus variant will have the mammoth 5.5-inch. What’s a bit exciting though is that the chief is more likely to sport dual lens design for its rear snapper. Something that HTC One M8 and Huawei’s Honor 6 Plus had originally featured. Hence, iPhone 7 rear camera can capacitate sensors capable of more light saturation and zoom functions. Considering the fit of iPhone 6, optical zooming is one factor that can be scratched off. But then again, we might never know Apple.
Another factor that iPhone 7 is allegedly having is the 3D pressure sensor which will work closely with the Health Application designed by the device manufacturer itself. This means that an additional depth of Z axis to the first X and Y in touch sensor will be used for measuring pulse and blood pressures. If this is truly the case, then the “iPhone 7” label or name that the device should have.