The iPhone 7 and 7 Plus are only a week away. Apple has sent out invites for a media event on September 7, where it would unveil the new iPhones alongside the next-gen Apple Watch 2. Numerous leaks and rumors have already revealed almost all details about the upcoming smartphones. Now Phone Radar has leaked prices of the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus in China.
iPhone 7 and 7 Plus prices in China
The publication says the new iPhones will be available in 32GB, 128GB and 256GB storage options. That’s in line with past reports suggesting that Apple would ditch the 16GB base model. In China, the iPhone 7 will cost CNY 5288 for 32GB version, CNY 6088 for 128GB model, and CNY 7088 for the 256GB option.
The bigger and more powerful iPhone 7 Plus will cost CNY 6088 for 32GB, CNY 6888 for 128GB, and CNY 7888 for the 256GB option. Both the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus are said to be powered by an A10 processor. The 4.7-inch model is rumored to have only 2GB RAM compared to 3GB RAM for the iPhone 7 Plus. The new iPhones will have redesigned antenna lines, and there will be no 3.5mm headphone jack.
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Space Black iPhone 7 to have a glossy finish
Another leak by Japanese publication Mac Otakara shows the SIM trays of all the color options that the new iPhones will be available in. Apple is adding a new Space Black color variant, which will have a glossy finish similar to the 2013 Mac Pro instead of the soft finish seen on other iPhones. Earlier this week, trademark filings in Russia revealed that Apple is replacing the headphone jack with wireless headphones called AirPods.
Apple is also rumored to replace the traditional home button with a pressure-sensitive one that will provide a vibrating haptic feedback. While the 4.7-inch iPhone 7 is expected to feature a 12MP main camera with OIS and 5MP front snapper, its bigger sibling will have a dual-camera setup. Apple’s invite for the September 7 event teases camera upgrades that could rival DSLRs.