Date: Wednesday, March 9th, 2016, 08:29
Category: Hardware, iPhone, Pictures, Rumor
Sometimes it’s the leaked cases that reveal the most about an upcoming product.
To the point, one Steve Hemmerstoffer has leaked photos one of the first cases prepared for Apple’s next-generation flagship smartphone.
The case has a larger cutout for either a traditional camera and LED flash setup, or possibly dual cameras. There are also two openings for stereo speakers in lieu of a 3.5mm headphone jack on current iPhones.
The case seems to closely represent an iPhone 6s, but includes cutouts for a possible all-in-one Lightning connector, pill-shaped volume buttons, and side-facing power button in their traditional places.
Case leaks have proven fairly accurate over the years and current rumors have it that the iPhone 7 will feature a dual-lens camera system. This, in turn, could lead to brighter and clearer DSLR-quality photos and several other major advantages for the iPhone 7 cameras.
The iPhone 7 is also rumored to have dual speakers supplied by Cirrus Logic that could be louder than previous speakers and route audio signals through two channels to simulate direction perception.
Stay tuned for additional details as they become available.