If you’re thinking the next rendition of the iPhone will be the 7, then you’ve got another thing coming as we fully believe the iPhone 7 won’t be launched until the summer of 2016. This doesn’t mean it’s not worth talking about, because what we’ve seen so far it most certainly is. The early rumors on the Apple iPhone 7 specs and features suggests it will bring out the very best aspects of any iPhone we’ve seen so far, and so much more.
The iPhone 7 specs and features will once again prove that Apple is the most innovative tech manufacturer on the planet. We’re expecting to see a whole lot more featured beneath the 4.8” UHD display including 12 MP rear camera, 3 MP front camera, and will be featured on the newest version of IOS.
A UHD display will bring out the very best in smartphone resolutions at 3840 x 2160. Some are thinking we’ll likely see a true 4K resolution of 4096 x 2160 in both versions of the iPhone 7, but this will most likely be reserved for the 2017 launch of the iPhone 7s.
Both the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus are believed to operate on the newest operating system, IOS9. Many changes are in-store including a significant upgrade with other Apple peripherals including the latest version of the Apple Watch. Apple Inc has done a great job creating an all-inclusive mobile niche which will continue to attract a wide range of loyal consumers.
The iPhone 7 specs looks significantly better than the 6 and 6s, but won’t debut until the summer of 2016. There’s been a lot of rumors surrounding a change in Apple’s iPhone launch pattern where some believed the “s” naming would be a thing of the past. We now know the 6s and then the 7 will debut keeping the consistency in the launch pattern that we have come to expect.