Apple's iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus continue to sell exceptionally well in the market. It was the first time Apple offered a large screen sized version of the iPhone.
The iPhone 6 became the company's bestselling mobile device, despite being selling at a much higher price compared to the Galaxy S6, which is Samsung's most advance smartphone. Apple's next major fall release, likely to be called the iPhone 7, promises to be better and powerful. As of now, the iPhone 7 is still a mystery.
Many rumors are abound online saying the next iPhone will come with curved display as the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge sporting a 5.5 inch display with QHD 2K resolution. But, here we have a great looking iPhone 7 concept design video has been released by Jermain Smit on YouTube. The designer also provided some specs as well, have a look.
The concept device jumps to 2GB of RAM and packs in a quad-core A9X processor. According to sources close to Bloomberg, Samsung will start producing the Apple A9 chipset at its Giheung plant, but the timeline remains under tight wraps. The report went on to say that any additional orders will also go to Samsung's partner Globalfoundries.
The designer adds a 12 megapixel camera on the back featuring a dual LED flash module. If rumors are to be believed, the iPhone 7 could carry a camera that can give a touch competition for DSLR camera. Apple recently has acquired LinX, a company that specializes in making small camera modules. An improved camera is obviously expected alongside other incredible features to the next iPhone.
The front-facing camera also gets an upgrade to 4-megapixels and a wide-angle lens.
The designer has come with a new concept for the smartphone called as iSwipe. The features video shows that the iPhone 7 concept can be operated with the home button of the smartphone.
So far Apple has not implemented the wireless charging for its iPhone, but the concept design videos shows most anticipated wireless charging features in the next iPhone.
It is apparent from rumors that Apple will continue to offer two iPhones this year. Most rumors are pointing at a 4.7-inch variant with a superior screen resolution. There's also a secret 5.5-inch phablet, which might have a QHD (2K resolution) display.
Source: Jermaine Smit