One of the most gossiping and rumored topic, Apple’s iPhone is again in headlines. The reports revealed that the Cupertino giant has started manufacturing its iPhone 7.
Meanwhile, rumours surfacing on the Internet suggest that the next evolution of the iPhone will be much similar to the iPhone 6 model. The major update would be featured with a force touch.
The force touch enables the user to apply different level of pressure on the display for the additional features. Currently, the firm has featured its Watch and new 12-inch MacBook with the Force touch.
Sources reported that the manufacturer has commenced the production and the volume is scheduled to increase by the next month. The final assembly of handsets is expected to be quite smooth as the model similar to the current one. However, manufacturing volume will be affected by the supply and yield of display.
The new iPhone 7 is expected to share lot of similarities with its earlier version, like 4.7-inch and 5.5-nch display variants, with an improved pixel density and resolution.
Apart this, a separate report from the KGI Securities analyst, Ming-Chi Kuo suggests that the new iPhone model will be somewhat thicker and longer, say 0.15 mm and 0.2 mm respectively, due to the Force touch.
Meanwhile, it reveals that the company will remove the camera bump which was earlier reported as a problem in iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus.
In addition, it is rumoured that the new smartphone from Apple will be available in a new color variant, Rose Gold. And an improved 12 MP of primary image snapper paired with a better quality front facing webcam.
It is expected from the company to launch the new version of its smartphone in next September, as it has reportedly already commenced the manufacturing. Moreover, it has been seen from past several years that Apple is unveiling its iPhones in September and iPads in November.
However, the Indian market have to wait to feature the new iPhone in its shelves as it would arrive to India after few months of its global launch.Tags: Apple, iPhone, iPhone 7, smartphone