LEAKED: Upcoming iPhone 7 Pops Up Online in 4 Colors

    While the date of iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus launch is coming near, which is reportedly predicted to be around September 2016, more and more leaks are surfacing the online tech media world.

    LEAKED: Upcoming iPhone 7 Pops Up Online in 4 Colors

    Recently, we saw the leaked pictures of the upcoming lightning earpods, now Apple news and reviews site Macitynet has leaked a picture showing upcoming iPhone 7 molds in four colors, which as per reports are Rose Gold, Space Gray, Gold, and Silver.

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    Also, with the iPhone 7, the makers are speculated to introduce a new Space Black color option. It is rumored to be a relatively darker shade than the Space Gray color. We even saw a slew of renders of the Space Black variant of the iPhone 7 leak online.

    LEAKED: Upcoming iPhone 7 Pops Up Online in 4 Colors

    At the same time, a new report from China also suggests that the Apple A9 is expected to be manufactured on TSMC/Samsung's 16 or 14nm process respectively.

    LEAKED: Upcoming iPhone 7 Pops Up Online in 4 Colors

    Reportedly, this time around Apple might also be looking at Intel. Adding on further to this, Apple could also increase the core count on the A10 to six, which should reportedly produce some very impressive results. Apple's processors are on par with others, even at two cores and with 6 cores, we can only imagine what the A10 can offer.

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    Meanwhile, the soon-to-be-launched iPhone 7 is rumored to come with a larger camera with the capabilities of DSLR cameras, 5.5-inch display, bigger battery and much more.

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