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Leaks Suggest New Apple iPhone 7S To Be An Expensive & Redesigned Smartphone

May 01, 2017 10:22 AM EDT

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Recent leaks show that Apple bringing significant changes in the next segment of an iPhone 7 model. Widely expected to be iPhone 7S, the model will carry notable changes in its design and will have better technological support. The name of the next model of the Apple iPhone which will bring these changes is still not confirmed by any sources. Though going by the tradition, it is believed to be released under iPhone 7S tag as the eighth version will be too soon for the company.

According to Forbes, on its 10th anniversary, the company is looking to bring major redesigning changes in its next iPhone 7 model, which believed to be iPhone 7S. The schematics suggest the rumored handsets will have a wireless charging facility and there will be no return of the headphone jack.

The CEO of wireless power giant Powermat, Elad Dubzinski fuelled the speculations when he said, "wireless charging will become a standard feature in the next iPhone, [so] we are finally at the threshold of mainstream adoption." It was widely expected that Apple brining the wireless charging option is a matter of time and not a choice. The next iPhone 7S could well see the change being adopted by the company.

According to Gizbot, the leaked schematic design promises a vertical arrangement of the primary dual camera attachments. There will be no home button on the front display. Also, the front facing cameras and the Touch ID will be integrated into the main display. The design confirms there will be no comeback for the headphone jack.

Though, reports have denied any confirmation about the credibility of the rumors, some of these changes were expected to feature sooner rather than later. Marking the 10th anniversary of the company, this looks the perfect time for Apple to bring in the changes and up the game by a significant amount. The company is tipped to break previous sales records, even though the changes are supposed to up the price level significantly.


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