There are bound to be a number of improvements over the iPhone 7 that will appear on the iPhone 7S. Some of these improvements we’d never be able to guess whilst others may be a little easier to estimate. We’re going to be talking about a few areas that could easily be improved in time for the iPhone 7S release which will likely include more features, faster processor, and a much higher resolution.
Better Finger Sensor
The Touch ID feature of the iPhone 7 does prove to be quite handy for quick sign-ins, unlocking and for purchasing items with Apple Pay but it could be helpful if it was just a little bit faster. We’re hoping that Apple includes a better finger sensor on the iPhone 7S so that it’s more accurate and will come up with less sensor errors.
A more accurate finger sensor will mean that any time a user is prompted to use Touch ID, it will feel much more convenient and less like a frustrating gimmick. There’s no point in including a feature like Touch ID unless it actually speeds up certain processes – if it slows it down then it’s definitely not a smart feature whatsoever.
Faster, More Powerful
Every year Apple manage to improve the internal hardware of their iPhone lineup and we have no reason to doubt that the same thing will happen in 2017. The iPhone 7S processor could definitely do with a hardware improvement. Faster processing could potentially mean pictures could be snapped faster, using features like Touch ID will be completed quicker and more graphically intensive mobile games could be played. Including better hardware will also help pave the way for support for virtual and augmented reality.
If Apple upgrade anything else on top of the processor, we’d love to see an increase in battery capacity, but this isn’t usually something Apple ever puts much focus into.
The size of the iPhone 7 and the iPhone 7S display is perfect and with the inclusion of an iPhone Mini, all sizes are covered. However, we think it would be really handy if Apple upgraded their displays to quad HD – this has become common in Android smartphones and whilst 4K isn’t necessary just yet, those extra pixels helps content to be extra crisp.