Currently Apple Will Launch iPhone 7 With 256GB Storage Option And Fast Charging

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Currently Apple Will Launch iPhone 7 With 256GB Storage Option And Fast Charging
Currently Apple Will Launch iPhone 7 With 256GB Storage Option And Fast Charging

We turned the year and already spoken more strongly about the next iPhone, the iPhone 7. Of course, the market expected to be not more of the same, with the same look, the same kind of small technological leaps, in short, the market expects big news.

After several rumors pointing to improvements in hardware, there is now a report that refers to an important fact: the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus will bring a larger battery and the storage capacity of 256GB and 128GB. While the reports also reveal that the upcoming devices of Apple, iPhones could feature 32GB of memory as their base models, as the tech giant Apple getting rid of the 16GB version altogether.

According to the analysts estimations of The display of iPhone 7, however, will not feature a significant breakthrough. This also signifies that LTPS LCD has reached its peak in the development and is unlikely to make another big technological leap in the future”.

Furthermore, Apples upcoming iPhone 7 will get rid of the USB, as it will bring in the Lightning cable and will replace it with the Type-C USB to Lightning version which will allow its all the users to charge their iPhones using the new MacBooks Type-C USB ports.

While the battery of iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 plus may carry a larger battery of 3,100 MAH which is approximately 12.7% higher than that currently exists on the iPhone 6S Plus, this should bring a level of interesting autonomy to the device.

As for the storage, the tech giant Apple decided to add the 256GB and may discontinue the current lower storage options and will market the variants of 64 GB, 128 GB and 256 GB. But the bouquet of news does not stop there as the RAM can also be upgraded to 3GB. The icing on the cake would be this iPhone 7 Plus will come with the latest A10 and M10 coprocessor.

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