iPhone 7 Leaks Peak, Showing off New Colors & Features
At 1 PM Eastern Apple will take the stage to show off two new iPhones and an Apple Watch as well as confirm the iOS 10 release date, but that doesn’t mean you need to wait to see what is coming.
Over the weekend a massive report outlined the exciting new iPhone 7 features and specs that you can expect from Apple, and now we are getting last minute leaks that show off potential new iPhone 7 colors and upgrades.
MobileFun.co.uk shares an image of a darker iPhone, that looks almost blue. AppleInsider shares this photo, which may be of a darker, Space Black iPhone 7, with odd lighting changing the overall look more blue.
Reports from Ming-Chi Kou indicate the new iPhone 7 colors are a glossy black and a flat black.
iPhone 7 leak
Leaks on Imgur include many photos of what appears to be an iPhone 7 in a dark black and an upgraded True Tone flash on the iPhone 7 with more LEDs in the flash. This lines up with multiple reports, although it is possible that this is a dummy unit.
The leak also shows a rubber seal around the iPhone 7 SIM card tray. This is something that is necessary to make the iPhone 7 waterproof. While you will not likely want to swim with the iPhone 7, it is very likely that the iPhone 7 water resistance will allow it to survive 30 minutes in 3 feet of water.
Apple will announce the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus during a special Apple event today September 7th, where we will also see a new Apple Watch 2. You can check out the most exciting iPhone 7 features and specs below.
9 Exciting iPhone 7 Specs & Features
Faster iPhone 7 Processor & More RAM1 / 9
The iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus performance get a boost with a new Apple A10 processor that is able to deliver more power than ever to the iPhone. With a new process involved Apple is able to hit 2.4Ghz of processing power.
Apple is set to include 2GB RAM on the iPhone 7 and 3GB of RAM on the iPhone 7 Plus. The boost on the iPhone 7 Plus is to handle the additional processing power the dual camera system needs.
An unverified Geekbench benchmark suggests the iPhone 7 performance will be up to 35% faster than the iPhone 6s.