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We’re practically only a few days until Apple finally unveils the next generation of iPhone. And with that said, you can expect a couple of waves until news regarding leaks, rumors, and speculations drop by the minute until the California-based company triggers the bomb officially. Now, reliable Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo brings in all the hottest info surrounding the iPhone 7 buzz.
First off, it seems that the new Apple A10 chipset will come with a clock speed of 2.4 GHz. Furthermore, it also looks like the company isn’t going down by the numbers in order to prevent overheating issues as well as excessive power draw. Storage options will also move up to 32GB at the starting line up to 256GB.
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While rumors have been suggesting that the iPhone 7 will mark another change with 3GB of RAM, that, instead will be reserved for the Plus variant to help with the workload of the dual camera setup, while the standard iPhone 7 will keep it at 2GB.
On the other hand, the dual camera setup will be comprised of two 12MP sensors with one having a much larger pixel count as well as a 6-element wide-angle lens with optical image stabilization. Of course, the headphone jack will also be moved out of the way to change the industry standard.
Apple will set the new generation of iPhones the day after tomorrow, so stay tuned to know the new things the company will bring into the table.