Whether with a 5.5 or 4.7-inch screen, the Apple iPhone 7 brings architectural improvements that are jam-packed with features - improving power, efficiency and a whole lot more. Holding to pattern as always, the iPhone 7 launch date in September will undoubtedly set things buzzing in the smartphone world for months ahead.

What’s New?

With the iPhone 7 launching soon, talks have been revolving around the enhanced design and features that the smartphone is believed to come with. Primarily, the Apple iPhone 7 features will do away with cable charging and will instead replenish its power wirelessly. Similarly, the phone is rumoured to have ditched the 3.5-mm headphone jack, opting instead for headphones tipped with a lightning adaptor, the same tip that is featured in current Apple charging cables. Users can also connect their headphones wirelessly via Bluetooth.

The removal of the headphone jack, along with the introduction of a flush camera and the removal of the antenna bars would mean that the new smartphone will be slimmer than ever.

Smarter Touch

New iPhone 7 specifications also include Touch ID capability, and the home button will either be revamped or removed from the design altogether. Supporting the redesigned home button theory, rumours say that the new model will use pressure-sensitive buttons that are currently seen in MacBook computers.

The screen itself, reports say, will be 4.7 inches in size and may feature a higher resolution. There have also been some unconfirmed information about the new smartphone getting a curved, edge-to-edge display. The new smartphone will probably also get a USB-C port, the same cool feature seen in the new 12-inch MacBook.

Easy to Own the Phone

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