iPhone 7 Rendered by Daniel Yako, With iOS 9 on Board

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We have seen way more iPhone 7 concepts than iPhone 6s ones, for some reason. Well, today we get a new iPhone 7 render, created by Daniel Yako. This model runs iOS 9 and uses an aluminum body with sapphire screen.

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It measures 7.2 mm in thickness, weighs 175 grams and packs a 5.5 inch screen, that makes it more of an iPhone 7 Plus. The resolution is atypical, 1800 x 2880 pixels and the panel is an IPS LD. Other features include Touch Force with Touch ID involved, basically Touch Force ID and the predictable Apple A9 processor, a quad core unit clocked at 2.5 GHz.

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There are 4 GB of RAM here, up to 256 GB of storage and USB Type C connectivity. The back camera is a 12 megapixel module with OIS and a true tone LED flash. There’s BSI in the mix, 110 megapixel panorama, effects, scenes, white balance presets and exposure compensation. 4K filming is in the mix too. The front camera is an 8 MP one, able to record in 1080p at 60 FPS.

This handset comes in gold and white, space black and rose gold. The only bad thing I can see here is the protruding camera. Maybe that can be fixed in a future version.

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[via Dani Yako]

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