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Apple will announce the next generation iPhones dubbed as the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus , this week. Apple will be planning to surprise the viewers with the features of the iPhone 7, however, that isn't the case this time.
Trusted KGI security analyst, Ming-Chi Kuo, ahead of the launch revealed possibly all the new features coming in the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus in his research. A copy of the research paper was obtained by Apple Insider and they leaked all the features.
Take a look at the 10 new features coming with the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus.
True Tone Display
The upcoming Apple iPhone 7 and 7 Plus might feature a 'True Tone Display'. The True Tone Display was first seen with the iPad Pro series, but Apple will integrate the feature into the iPhone 7 series as well for better viewing angles and lesser reflection.
32GB Base Variant
Rumors are rife over the new iPhone 7 series as Apple will consider ditching the 16GB as the base model for the first time and will go with the 32GB variant as a base model. Other storage options according to the analyst are 128GB and 256GB.
Upgraded Ambient Light Sensors
The Apple iPhone 7 and 7 Plus will arrive with upgraded ambient light sensors for the cameras, which might result in better low-light shots.
Dual Rear Camera for iPhone 7 Plus
The research paper also has some news about the iPhone 7 Plus. The bigger model always said to feature a dual rear camera and now the analyst suggests the same. It might feature a 2x 12MP dual rear camera with one for the wide angles captures and one as the standard camera.
No 3.5mm jack
This one was also expected as previous rumors suggested the same. Apple will ditch the 3.5mm headphone jack on the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus. Instead, they will ship with a lightning port for audio support as well. Also, Apple is planning to release wireless earpods.
A 3.5mm Headphone Adaptor With the Retail Box
As we all know that Apple is removing the 3.5mm jack from iPhone 7, but the company will likely bundle a lightning port for 3.5mm audio jack converter within the box itself.
Two External Speakers
He also suggests that the 2016 iPhones will also feature an extra speaker and integrated amplifier for better audio output.
IPX7 Water Resistance
Both the 2016 iPhones will feature the basic IPX7 water resistance with which the phones can withstand in water for 30 minutes and can handle basic water splashes.
3D Touch 2.0
Apple will integrate a new version of 3D Touch 2.0 in the 2016 iPhones for better haptic feedback.
2GB RAM for iPhone 7 and 3GB for iPhone 7 Plus
The Apple iPhone 7 will ship with 2GB of same as its predecessor and the iPhone 7 Plus will boast of 3GB of RAM for handling the dual camera capabilities.