As we approach the early September date, iPhone 7 photos and videos continue to leak. As reported by multiple sources, both the 4.7-inch iPhone 7 and 5.5-inch iPhone 7 Plus will include significant camera upgrades with the Plus model getting a new dual camera system.
In a leaked photo shared by a user on Weibo, the two cameras (rumored to be 12 megapixels each) are clearly visible. On the other hand, the 4.7-inch iPhone 7 also sees a ~25% larger camera iris, though specifics on the component is unknown.
In a separate video also shared on Weibo, the Rose Gold iPhone 7 is being compared to the Rose Gold iPhone 6s. The video shows that there will be minimal changes in terms of color between the two models.
Of course, the iPhone 7 model lacks a headphone jack and has two stereo speakers on the bottom. It also includes a new camera hole on top, and the redesigned antenna lines.
The current-generation iPhone 6s includes a 12 megapixel sensor on the back. It’s possible for Apple to keep the megapixel count and improve on the amount of light per pixel, for better low light shots.
While not being a completely new design, the back of the iPhone 7 admittedly looks a lot cleaner.
The external design of the iPhone 7 has been shown quite a bit over the last several weeks with Chinese iPhone dummy units being created. The few remaining unknowns of the device include the internal upgrades such as the processor (Apple A10) or various other technical details that can’t obviously be replicated.