iPhone 7 rumors are often quite common these days. Most of them offer the same general idea that the iPhone 7 won’t be a radical redesign, but will offer significant improvements in various areas. But recently, a crazier set of rumors came to light. A new report seems to indicate that the differences between the 4.7-inch new iPhone and the new Plus model might be far greater than anticipated.
Existing rumors have claimed that, for the first time since it started launching two new iPhones in the fall, Apple’s iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus will be significantly different. The iPhone Plus with 5.5-inch display is supposed to feature a dual lens rear camera and 3 GB RAM, while the iPhone 7 with 4.7-inch is rumored to have a single camera on the back and 2 GB RAM.
A new report from MobiPicker claims that the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus won’t offer the same storage options. As per the reports from Chinese social network Weibo, without specifying any details about who’s making these claims, the site says that the iPhone 7 will be available in 16 GB, 64 GB, and 128 GB storage variants. Meanwhile, the iPhone 7 Plus should launch in 32 GB, 128 GB, and 256 GB storage variants. If the current rumors are true, then the iPhone 7 would mark the first iPhone generation where Apple opts for different storage tiers for each handset.
The report also says the iPhone 7 will have two 12-megapixel rear cameras, while the iPhone 7 Plus will get a 21-megapixel shooter. Previous rumors did not reveal any purported details about megapixel count. Finally, there’s one other unlikely claim the report makes. The iPhone 7 series might ditch Apple’s proprietary Lightning port and replace it with a USB Type-C port that would support fast charging.
Regardless to inform you that none of the information has been confirmed by any sources of the company. Yet, the possibility of more rumors regarding the most anticipated Smartphone of the world are surely in the way.
Apple will unveil iOS 10 later this month and the iPhone 7 Smartphones are expected to be launch in mid-September.