Here are Top 7 Leaks which suggest Apple iPhone 7 will be a major upgrade over iPhone 6S

    The Apple iPhone 7 will surely a big thing in the smartphone arena. According to Apple, there won't be many changes to the upcoming flagship as they have changed their revamp cycle to three years from the previous two years, however, leaks till date suggested that the iPhone 7 will have some major upgrades over the last year's iPhone 6S and 6S Plus.

    Apple iPhone 7 will be huge upgrade over the iPhone 6S

    Let's find out what leaks are actually suggesting and what are the features which are surely going to be major upgrades over the last year's iPhones.

    iPhone 7 Design

    The first aspect is the design of the iPhone 7. There are several rumors regarding the design of the smartphone. When the iPhone 6 released two years ago, many didn't like the antenna bands design over the rear of the smartphone.

    With the iPhone 7, Apple is removing those antenna band lines and making the design of the smartphone more eye-catching and sleek. With the 2016 iPhones expected to arrive without the 3.5mm audio jack port, it is an easy guess that they will be slimmer than previous generations.


    FHD Display iPhone 7 and QHD to iPhone 7 Plus

    Apple majorly considers the display aspect as they won't upgrade the display on their smartphones that often. According to some leaks, the display on the iPhone 7 will be an FHD one, whereas the iPhone 7 Plus might arrive with a QHD display, which will be a huge leap over the previous generation iPhones.

    However, Android users will find it silly as they have been using the QHD displays from at least last two years.

    iPhone 7 Hardware

    The iPhone 7 will also see the Apple A10's processor under the hood, which will be definitely fast over the iPhone 6S and 6S Plus. We can see improvements in the RAM department as the iPhone 7 Plus is said to feature 3GB of RAM, and the iPhone 7 will have the same 2GB of RAM as its predecessors.

    Touch ID and Storage

    There are some rumors which suggested that the Apple iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus will feature the same Touch ID button on the frontal part of the smartphone, however, it won't be clickable anymore. Instead of that, the smartphone will feature the company's own 3D Touch Technology to unlock the smartphone. Sounds interesting, right? Let's wait for the final announcement.

    Two days ago, we reported that the Apple iPhone 7 will also arrive with a 256GB model and the previous reports suggested that Apple is ditching the 16GB variant of the smartphone and will keep the 32GB as the base model, which was asked by many iPhone users all over the world.

    iPhone 7 Camera

    All the iPhones released till date arrived with some camera upgrade, and going by the rumors the iPhone 7 is no different. According to leaked images, the iPhone 7 Plus will sport dual rear camera and other source suggested that the 7 Plus will also feature Optical Image Stabilisation (OIS).

    As of now, there are no leaks regarding the iPhone 7 camera, but it will surely get some new features over its predecessor.


    Apple iPhone 7 Color Options

    When the iPhone 6S arrived in a Rose Gold color option, many people disliked it, however, later on, it was hit. The 2016 iPhones will arrive in a total of five colors if the rumors are going to be true.

    Leaked images also suggested that the both the iPhones arrive in a new color called 'Space Black' and the device looks stunning in the Space Black color. In a recent leak which we covered, the iPhone 7 will also come in Deep Blue color variant, and it looks good too.


    Other Upgrades

    The Apple iPhone 7 is also said to arrive with water and dust resistant properties with which it will give some tough competition to the already existing Samsung Galaxy smartphones.


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