Apple iPhone 7 Rumour Round Up

Apple is going to do its next blast in the tech world anytime soon. iPhone7 is the device that has been rumored for quite a while now. From the amount of rumors coming with every passing day, it seems everyone's focus is on this Apple-tagged upcoming smartphone. If you want to know what we have got from the mix-up of rumors so far, then do read out below.


Apple has been highlighting the iPhone’s camera in its recent advertising, and it’s set to get another bump this time around. Leaked social media posts seemed to indicate that the rear camera will have a 12MP sensor for taking photos, and will shoot 4K video.

The front-facing, or selfie, camera will also be improved. And it could even get a flash, to allow for selfies in the dark. The camera will also be controlled by Force Touch, according to reports. Pressing hard on the screen will be able to control extra features on the camera, like triggering a burst of stills during a film, or switching from photo to video mode.


All features are near to waste if the battery backup of any device is not good. To give a long battery backup to its users.

There'll be extra space in the phone, which is going to be filled with more battery, according to reports. And new insides will let the phone run much more efficiently.


The new phones will come in the same sizes: a 4.7-inch display and a 5.5-inch one.

But Apple could also release a smaller version — perhaps called an iPhone 6C — that will be the same size as the iPhone 5 and 5S.


We've already seen a lot of iOS 9, which was revealed at the Worldwide Developer’s Conference in June and released as a public beta a month later. It’s unlikely that any major new updates will be added.

The main new part of the software is likely to be the integration of Force Touch. It isn’t clear exactly how Apple will integrate the feature — but if it’s anything like the Apple Watch, it will likely be added to certain menus so that a long press will bring up extra options.

Some have suggested that a hard press on the Wi-Fi button on Control Center could bring up extra options to choose which Wi-Fi network a phone is on, for instance.


The phone will almost certainly be faster. Some rumours have indicated that some parts like the Touch ID sensor will work 30% quicker — which could be key as Apple Pay, which relies on the sensor, is rolled out.