First images of iPhone 7 have been surfaced, thanks to a credible source, Apple Club (in Taiwanese). The pictures leaked, this time, are featuring the display backlight assembly, hinting towards the possible design of the future upcoming and currently rumoured smartphone. There is already a lot going on related to iPhone 7 release date.
If this is any true, then it can be named as the first potential images of iPhone 7. The device is due in September 2016, as per the details and speculations are made so far. The report cleared its suspicion about the leaked images, and it also noted the missing 3D Touch wafer, hinting towards the possibility of iPhone 6c components, instead of the upcoming flagship model.
Images of iPhone 7 components
The iPhone 6c is currently rumoured to be the mini-iPhone featuring a 4-inch display and it’s hinted that Apple is bringing it to the consumers in March-April. The smartphone hinted is expected to launch at the official Apple Watch 2 event, which is also due this year. Since, the mini iPhone in 2016 will not feature 3D Touch, so this suspicion is somewhat genuine, and it also confirms (kind of) our previous details about the device.
Till now, we’re aware of the five prototypes Apple is working on, few of them are known to feature the reversible USB Type-C port, one with ditching 3.5mm headphone jack and one with an OLED screen. Although some more details confirmed that Apple will not be able to use OLED screens before iPhone 8.
Last we reported you about the talks between Apple, LG and Samsung for possible OLED supply in future. Also, a new supply chain information confirmed the ditching of 3.5mm audio jack from iPhone 7.
So, a lot of news is currently running the show for us, and as we inch towards the release months, more of these news and such component pictures are going to surface. None of them will be official and so, we’ve to take them as a pinch of salt.
What’s your thought on these images? Between, if you’re really not sure what will happen if that headphone jack is gone, then you can watch this recent coverage from CES shared by TheVerge. It will answer that question.