First Photo of iPhone 7 Plus Shows Dual-Lens Camera

iPhone 7 Plus Shows Dual-Lens Camera

Network transmission photo shows the camera back and the shape and texture similar iPhone 6 ​​series, are streamlined design, strong metal texture, but the white side of the antenna design change, no way back through the machine, but the machine from the top and bottom borders around too, to keep the rear metal surface integrity.

The most eye-catching rear design is located in the upper left corner of the twin-lens camera, placed under an oval-shaped lid, with a clear projection.

The first possible real photo of the iPhone 7 Plus has surfaced on Chinese website Bastille Post (via user Cmmig at the PhilMUG forums), providing a closer look at the design of the upcoming smartphone.

The most notable change is the inclusion of a much-rumored dual-lens camera with a protruding, pill-shaped enclosure, as opposed to two separate circular camera openings depicted in some online renderings.

iPhone 7 Plus Shows Dual-Lens Camera? Earlier Internet phone specifications also spread a lot of iPhone 7, regardless of the battery, RAM capacity, the camera pixels than the iPhone 6 dramatically. In addition, the maximum storage capacity has increased from 128 GB raised 256 GB.

First Photo of iPhone 7 Plus Shows Dual-Lens Camera
First Photo of iPhone 7 Plus Shows Dual-Lens Camera


Network transmission iPhone 7 Rear (left) and the iPhone 6s rear contrast (medium image)

Because Apple has not yet released any official news about the iPhone 7, coupled with relatively large changes in design, users feel that this machine back iPhone 7 photo may not credible.

Tat Plaza, Mong Kok, G-World Mobile Leader Zhigang said, do not believe that any false or unconfirmed information that is still waiting for the official release of the more credible.

The photo does not reveal the bottom of the smartphone, but multiple reports claim the iPhone 7 series will drop the 3.5mm headphone jack in favor of an all-in-one Lightning connector for audio output, charging, and accessory connectivity.

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