Amid all the positive rumors about next year’s iPhone to mark 10th anniversary of the original Apple’s smartphone a new piece of information from Mac Otakara is surely to disappoint fans and followers.
Mac Otakara cites a Taiwan supplier saying the iDevice giant would simply launch iPhone 7S and iPhone 7S Plus instead of the so-called iPhone 8. It also adds the two phones would be very much identical to iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus.
If the claims turn true, this would be the fourth consecutive years for Apple to launch iPhones without much change in design. It would likely anger fans too as rivals continue cutting down bezel sizes to help them fit larger displays into smaller phones.
It is now a question of either believe on the new claim or not, but looking back to the track record of Mac Otakara, it is respectable in terms of revealing leaks.
It is not to here forget Mac Otakara became the first site to reveal the standard 3.5mm headphone jack will be removed from the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus.
For the next year’s offer Mac Otakara writes Apple would come up with 5-inch iPhone instead of the traditional 4.7-inch. It adds the iPhone 7 as well as 7 Plus to sport dual cameras arranged vertically.
The iPhone 7 missed out dual cameras and hence the upcoming iPhone will be considered as a step forward.
It is learned the dual cameras could be used to snap same photo at different exposures to help boost in image quality.
Apart from disappointing information the website adds at the end that Apple won’t finalize the specs until second quarter of its 2017 fiscal year ending in April.
So, let’s hope something exciting happens next year in terms of Apple and its iPhone.