Thursday, 17 March 2016

Apple iPhone 7 rumor to feature TouchID sensor embedded into the display

In our previous post we have talked much about Apple iPhone SE and now it’s time to shift our attention to the king of King iPhone 7. A leaked photo out of China allegedly shows the rear panel of the bigger iPhone 7 Pro. The thing to note is the much-rumored dual-rear camera setup is at the back.

There is no word on whether the dual camera is going to be exclusive to the iPhone 7 Plus or if it's going to make its way to the regular iPhone 7. The overall look of the iPhone 7 though seems to be consistent with the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6s family. In line with recent reports, Apple is also shifting the plastic antenna bands to the top and bottom of the device.

There is no 3.5mm audio jack present, which is in line with a few reports we have come across before. While the most surprising and interesting aspect of iPhone 7 is that there is no physical home button at the front. The source claims that the TouchID sensor is embedded into the display. Such a possibility has been rumored for quite some time now, but it is hard to believe that the iPhone 7 will be the first one to use it.