While the iPhone 7 wasn’t expected to be shown at the WWDC yesterday, a few were convinced that it would make an appearance in a surprise move by Apple. It didn’t, but the formal unveiling of iOS 10 and detailing of what iOS 10 will offer to users, we can make some intelligent guesses about what to look forward to with from the iPhone 7 when it will likely but unveiled and then go on sale later in September.
iPhone 7 speculation
OK, I’ll admit it, that headline could rightfully be called clickbait as Apple rumors to drive traffic to our site and largely consist of me simply speculating to possibilities or simply reporting others speculation, consensus rumors, supply chain “leaks” and general rubbish in order to get you reading. I do enjoy the occasional rendering as millions of others do as well when a designer and tech savvy artist show us what they would like to see from Apple’s new product offerings.
But now that we’ve gotten you here less take a look at what iOS 10 could mean for the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus(?)
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I think it goes without saying that the iPhone 7 and the iPhone 7 Plus will be the fastest phones (they are still phones, though not often used as such) that Apple has ever made and its equally a certainty that the iPhone 7 will come with iOS 10 installed.
That means the iPhone 7 can certainly be counted on to be a bit leaner off the bat as owners will finally be able to ditch pre-installed apps like Weather and Stocks that are inferior to proper third-party apps that offer so much more for the mobile trader or weather buff.
Because the iPhone 7s didn’t make a shock appearance at the WWDC it’s a also a safe bet that Apple will be unveiling it in September as it has with previous iterations.
iOS 10 is billed for a “Fall” release date which certainly suggests that the iPhone 7 will be available then as well.
You can’t simply say that Siri will be the star of the iPhone 7, Siri will be the star of any phone that is eligible to install iOS 10.
It’s long been speculated that by eliminating the traditional headphone jack, that the iPhone 7 will have resonance chambers and give the handset the best sound that Apple has ever offered with its line of iconic phones and will aid Siri’s voice as well encouraging more use.
It’s long been rumored that the iPhone 7 Plus will have a dual-lens camera and that will be augmented considerably by the new Live Photo editing package that was announced for iOS 10 will see the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus being able to do considerably more.
Don’t expect the iPhone 7 with 16GB of internal storage but look forward to 32GB, 64GB and 128GB options as more and more simply do more with their larger screen iPhones.
Additional supply chain rumors are calling for the camera to be flush in the back, quite possibly you’ll see Touch ID integrated into the screen making the home button obsolete, users have been calling for an edge to edge screen and they might just get it this time around come September.
As always, don’t expect any information from Apple but surely we will continue to write rumors and pap ahead of the device’s likely unveiling in September and then we and other sites will actually be able to do some reporting.