iPhone 7 Plus design and Dual Camera Sensor

iPhone 7 Plus design
iPhone 7 Plus design

iPhone 7 Plus design

Persistent rumors that finds a new echo in the mouth of the analyst Ming Chi Kuo: iPhone 7 Plus should carry a dual camera sensor.

The famous analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, is back to talk about the iPhone 7. As reported by The Independent , the man of ordinary reliable, issued a note in which he explained that the iPhone 7 will have a design very close to that of the iPhone 6 / 6S, contrary to what he said earlier, speaking of a curved screen version. More interestingly, the analyst focuses on the iPhone 7 Plus and its photo sensor.

iPhone 7 Plus Dual camera sensor

His picture sensors, since according to him, and as we have heard before, PHABLET should have his photograph two sensors. New Apple in default of being in the industry. Mystery about features, some speak of an improvement in the quality of photos to achieve results “worthy of an SLR.” recurring comparison, which was never really tested to date.

Others imagine innovative features such as image captures in 3D (which could very well serve a virtual reality in use by the way). These components are proprietary to the general model that would retain besides its screen of 5.5 inches with a Full HD. As every year, Apple is expected to announce its new phones during the month of September.  iPhone 7 Plus design

It’s unclear at this stage what role each camera will play. LG has opted for one regular and one wide-angle lens, while Huawei’s sprung for separate black/white and colour sensors. Other rumour suggest that Apple’s dual-lens system could use different focal lengths to improve shots, but nothing is confirmed at this stage.

The rear of the iPhone 7 also shows of metal pogo connectors, which are reportedly for connecting to an external keyboard for increased productivity. iPhone 7 Plus design

We’d take these rumors with a big pinch of salt, as Mac Otakara has previously made claims about the iPhone that turned out to be inaccurate.

However, the fact that these details come from two different sources gives them a little more credibility.

We’re still not sure what that Smart Connector would be useful for. It’s unlikely Apple would supply a smart keyboard for the phone, so it may be for connecting headphones, if indeed the 3.5mm headphone jack is going.

We expect to know everything about the iPhone 7 in September and iPhone 7 Plus design.

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