iPhone 7 rumors, new images leaked: Early analysis of how it will look
iPhone 7â€™s launch may be many moons away. Nonetheless it is no reason that the talk about the next generation will stop. iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus were showcased in the market merely two months ago and they are selling like hot cakes at the moment.
After denying its fans large screen smartphones, Apple has accepted it a few years after the death of the man behind the iPhone, Steve Jobs. The existing CEO of the Cupertino based Apple, Tim Cook, believes in giving Apple fans not what he deems right, but what its fans deem right with lots of what he believes will satisfy them.
This seems to be making Apple richer, but other competitors all the more envious as they are facing more competition and seeing their profits go down and down.
Â In the meantime new images of next generation Apple iPhone have been leaked in the media. According to CultofMac.com, DeepMind and SvetApple have come out with never before seen images of what the new iPhone 7 could look like. The concept design includes a bezeless design that allows the glass to go edge to edge on the front of the phone to create a bigger screen without having to make the size of the handset bigger. The video below gives a detailed view of the design.
In the meantime there are rumors that the Cupertino based tech giant will give up current LCD panels used on iPhone and iPad models and replace them with OLED panels supplied by Samsung. There is no denying the fact that the change is going to make the handsets from Apple all the more desirable.
On the other hand a report while talking about next gen iPhone specs says, â€œProjected specs of the next generation phone includes an A10 system on a chip (SoC) that will sit at the heart of the smartphone and a super thin frame at 6mm thick. The iPhone 7 might also have a 2K display, an Apple wireless charging puck, front-facing speakers, and an 8MP selfie camera in the frontâ€. But it must be kept in mind that all these are very early speculations and nothing more.