The iPhone 6S and 6S Plus has not hit the marketplace yet, but word around is that whatever progress the device carries might probably be a standard to what the next iPhone 7 may have to offer.
At that moment, the world is anticipating the release of the iPhone 6S that is likely to be outside by the last quarter of 2015. With reports that Apple is planning to follow a brand new strategy where they’d cut the time frame for delivering new devices at half annually, which could imply that the iPhone 7 might turn out someplace between March to June of 2016.
The iPhone 6S or 6S Plus is likely to be offered for people who need to get an upgrade despite the fact that the specs might have minimal changes. They may be popping out with better processors, 4GB of Memory and a curious Force Touch feature. These characteristics are anticipated to be carried on to the iPhone 7 that are still expectedly held under wraps. All leaks being released about the iPhone 7 are only speculative and unreliable. Among those unofficial speculations include a possible lower size display, wireless charging capabilities and likely to increase storage capacity for the edge of future owners.
From all indicators, the iPhone 7 will probably carry changes on the outside. Internally, it’s likely to make out what the iPhone 6S and 6S Plus has to provide so it’d be safe to say that its borderline specifications will be give or take set at that level. A smaller display might make sense since Apple might contemplate the success of previous models which offered the ideal screen size overall since it might be easily carried and stored anywhere. A smaller screen size may also render better graphics and of course take a lot off the battery whenever you think about bigger screens attempting to render high resolution graphics on a broader scope.