The iPhone 7 gets a new design today, even though we’re theoretically one year away from its debut. The handset is envisioned as an edge to edge piece of work, with a “maximal” display at the front, with an edge to edge approach.
The creation of smartphonealerts.com, this device also introduces Force Touch technology in the mix. This gives you extra means of interaction, with a new gesture that implies extra force or another one that implies a lighter press. You probably noticed that this iPhone doesn’t have a physical Home button. Its fingerprint scanner is now embedded within the display, it seems.
The body is made using sapphire crystal and the touch surface is made using graphene. Inside there’s the Apple A9 chipset and the M9 coprocessor, while the screen offers a 2160p resolution. The result is a 6.2 mm thick handset with speakers placed at the sides and interestingly the volume rocker and Power button have been combined into a single mechanism on the left.
At the bottom there’s an USB type C port and the back side features a glowing Apple logo, that will glow when notifications come. It also includes biometric sensors, that will track your health and activities. Specs include 2 GB of RAM, a 12 MP camera, a 2100 mAh battery and 5 MP selfie camera. The diagonal remains at 4.7 inches.