There is high expectations heaped on Apple to unveil its new iPhone latest by September. This built of the iPhone 7 is likely to present a design which shares similarity with the already existing iPhone 6S models- on many fronts. Of course so far, we have not ran short of rumors about the iPhone 7. Many have pointed out to the dual-camera system, removal of the headphone jack; antenna lines which got new designs. And now according to Bloomberg News, next iPhone will also bring in a feature in the form of a pressure-sensitive home button.
Some months ago, this rumour actually popped up. It was that solid as images had propped up equally depicting a flush button appearing more to be capacitive. According to Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman renowned for reliability, the new iPhones will present a button which has the functionality of “providing feedback to the user via a vibrating haptic sensation” rather than that of of a physical click.
IT IS POSSIBLE THE HEADPHONE JACK REMOVAL COULD BE EVENTUALLY REMOVED TO MAKE PLACE FOR A SECOND SPEAKER
Bloomberg also gave official confirmations to the possibility that Apple could go about removing the headphone jack in its upcoming iPhone. This would be done in promotion of Bluetooth and Lightning headphones. Should Apple really remove he headphone jack, it would be most likely done to make way for the introduction of a second speaker in the iPhone. This aimed at making improvements to the sound quality and volume of the speaker system of the iPhone.
Bloomberg also gave out some juicy revelations of spicing details. This time pertaining to the dual-camera system. This is hoped to make its debut with the larger iPhone 7. Both sensors will be able to capture color in a different manner even taking pictures at the same time that could be combined into one photo.
Although Apple has not yet officially disclosed a date for its next iPhone launch, but then we are ripe with expectations that company will hold an event some time in the beginning of next month.