We are too far away from the iPhone 7 launch to know what the new device will look like, but we can speculate that Apple will continue on its path of introducing more powerful, efficient devices that grow thinner with each design iteration.
The iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus are expected to include next-generation A10 processors produced by TSMC.
It’s likely Apple will continue releasing two versions of each iPhone, so we may see an iPhone 7 and an iPhone 7 Plus in 2016.
Apple may stick to 4.7- and 5.5-inches, or take the opportunity to further refine screen sizes, shifting the dimensions somewhat to match the company’s design vision for the updated phones.
The iPhone 7 and 7 Plus are expected to feature the same 3D Touch feature introduced with the iPhone 6s.
Though the iPhone 7 isn’t expected to launch until September of 2016, we’re already hearing some rumors about the device.
One rumor out of the Asian supply chain has said Apple will switch to glass-on-glass touch…