A dual-lens camera, a thinner, water-resistant chassis but no 3.5-mm headphone jack are among the rumored changes to Apple's upcoming iPhone.
While the iPhone maker has been tight-lipped on what its newest flagship product will look like, reports abound online. Here are a few highlights expected from what would be the iPhone 7, if convention holds. It's expected to be unveiled next week at Apple's newly announced event on Sept. 7 in San Francisco.
- The iPhone 7 could include updates like "professional class" waterproofing, stereo sound, a touch-sensitive home button, and a darker color option, according to supply chain checks by Deutsche Bank .
- The displays will remain the same size, but the headphone jack will be removed, unnamed sources told The Wall Street Journal.
- It's also expected to have a dual-lens camera, according to reports from sites like Mac Rumors.
- The starting point for storage on the new entry-level iPhone will be 32GB, up from 16GB, according to the Journal.
- The phone will be thinner, expects KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, as reported by 9to5Mac, and faster.