Over the last few months there have been a large number of rumors around the new iPhone device which is expected to release later in the year. The iPhone 7 is expected to come out in September, and as always, is expected to bring out several innovations and changes in the way we know an iPhone to be. The company, this time around was expected to introduce a larger storage variant and a new news source confirms this news.
As per a report from TrendForce it has been expected that a 256GB iPhone 7 device is indeed a possibility. The reports have also suggested that Apple is considering a major change in the way we know the storage of the devices to be, as the company might no longer keep the 64GB variant, and is planning to replace it with the 128GB variant.
Two variants of the iPhone 7 are expected, and as of now this remains unclear if the 256GB storage would be with the larger iPhone 7 device (iPhone 7 plus/pro).
Additionally, another rumor that had been making rounds was that the new iPhone would come out with a dual camera. That report too has been confirmed by TrendForce, as they have mentioned that the bigger iPhone device would feature two cameras.
Apple will use 3GB of LPDDR4 RAM will be included to process the images taken from the dual camera, while the smaller iPhone will retain 2GB of LPDDR4 RAM. “The 5.5-inch iPhone 7 will be the first in series to have 3GB of memory in the form of four stacked 6Gb mono-die modules. The additional memory is used to process the images taken from the dual-camera,” says the report.
It is also mentioned that the iPhone will not be getting the OLed display this year, and that this type of display is not expected any time before 2017. An A10 processor is expected to power the devices.