A new unconfirmed leak suggests Apple will not release the iPhone 7 in September, like originally expected. Several images posted to TechTastic (via 9to5Mac) allegedly reveal the product packaging for Apple's next-generation handset -- the iPhone 6 SE. If the packaging is authentic, then the next iPhone will be a successor to the iPhone SE released in March.
Every year Apple packs camera improvements into its new iPhone models, and this fall will be no different. The iPhone 6 Plus and iPhone 6s Plus have so far retained a monopoly on optical image stabilization (OIS), with the technology not making it to the smaller 4.7-inch iPhone 6 or 6s. This could all be set to change, if a photo revealed by none other than Nowhereelse.fr proves to be true.
Rumors that Apple plans to launch a 256GB iPhone 7 model have been gaining steam ever since the Chinese website MyDrivers made the claim back in January. The research firm TrendForce later added that Apple plans to drop the 16GB and 64GB models in favor of 32GB, 128GB, and 256GB models, but they did not specify if only the iPhone 7 Plus model will be offered in the higher capacities.
It's been four years since Apple has significantly updated the MacBook Pro, and change is on the horizon. While media reports have pointed to some interesting features in the pipeline, there has been some debate over when Apple will choose to reveal the new model line. The Michael Report now states with certainty that Apple will launch the MacBook Pro and iPhone 7 at the same event.
Bloomberg is the latest to confirm that the iPhone 7 Plus model will ship with dual cameras. The new iPhone will feature two sensors that produce more detailed and brighter photos, according to an unnamed source who has used a prototype version of the next-generation device.
"Both sensors, which each capture color differently, simultaneously take a picture, and the device produces a single, merged photograph," said the person.