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iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus specifications Details Before the Main Event

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iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus specifications Details Before the Main Event
Tomorrow is the day when, Apple is officially going to announce iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus. Like all manufacturers, it’s a tradition to make sure that the upcoming smartphone offers better features and hardware than its predecessors to translate into better performance and as a result, a better overall experience and to give the consumer an actual reason to upgrade.

Today in this article we are going to have a look at the specification of iPhone 7, these are the specifications are based on the rumors and leaks.

Apple A10

While we wait for the announcement, we know for a fact that an A10 is going to present inside both iPhones, and is made exclusively on TSMC’s 16nm FinFET process. The chipset is said to comprise up of two cores, each running at a speed of 2.40GHz. This is clock speed is much more than what is running in both iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus, showing that the benchmarking scores of iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus are going to be exceedingly high. Though some users will criticize the number of processing cores on the chipset, it should be clear by now that the number of cores don’t exactly equal better performance and in all cases, a higher number of cores equal more battery life consumption, which isn’t a good trade-off in our books.


Where iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus disappointed in the battery category, iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus are said to feature larger capacities for higher battery life. Since there has been no development in battery technology, lithium ion or polymer batteries are going to be used. For iPhone 7, it’s been rumored that the device will feature a 1,960mAh battery, while the larger of the two is going to feature a 2,915mAh battery.

While Apple does enjoy thinning down the structure of its iPhones, larger battery capacities is definitely a good reason to purchase a smartphone. The iPhone 7 Plus will undoubtedly provide more battery life to the user, because its sheer size gives it that advantage, and you will be able to see much more on the display as well. However, it can a bit troublesome to carry around the iPhone 7 Plus because of one reason alone, its screen size. If you’re absolutely sure that you cannot carry around a large phone like this, do yourself a favor and purchase a smaller iPhone.

Display and screen sizes

Both iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus are said to retain the same screen sizes and resolution as the previous iPhones. The iPhone coming in 2017 is said to feature a size of 5.8 inches, but that’s going to be a story for another wrap up. The list stated below gives the screen size and resolution details of the upcoming iPhones.

  • iPhone 7: 4.7 inches, 1334 x 750 resolution
  • iPhone 7 Plus: 5.5 inches, 1920 x 1080 resolution

Camera of iPhone 7

iPhone 7 Plus is going to get an upgrade that was sorely missed from the iPhone 6s, the OIS chip. For those that are unfamiliar with the term, OIS stands for optical image stabilization and prevents camera and video shake which ultimately leads to horrible image and video quality. With this OIS chip, which is undoubtedly going to be present inside iPhone 7 Plus too, image quality and recorded footages are going to appear of a higher standard. It is also reported that the upcoming iPhones will have better camera sensors, but it’s not been detailed with company is providing them the components.
  • iPhone 7 camera: 12MP, 1/2.6 sensor size, f/1.9 aperture, 1.3µm pixel size
  • iPhone 7 camera Plus: 2 x 12MP, 1/2.6 sensor size, f/1.9 aperture, 1.3µm pixel size


It was high time that Apple got rid of the 16GB storage model, and rumor has it that the company is going to be introducing a 32GB as the starting model. If true, then it would have been one of the greatest decisions that the company has taken in a long time. Having 32GB of storage will mean that you will have more space for applications and future software updates.

There’s also a rumor that a 64GB model is not going to be included in the announcement tomorrow, but will be replaced with a 128GB model instead. The highest capacity model that could be introduced tomorrow is a 256GB model, and should only be purchased if you will truly find the use for it. Apple charges a premium for its higher capacity models, so be careful what sort of investment you’ll be making.

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