The iPhone 7 is mostly rumoured to ditch the antenna bands at the back and support a clean metal appearance. Now a new image leaked of iPhone 7 with dual camera provides us a look at where Apple might be moving the antenna bands too.
A new image of the iPhone 7 has actually appeared on Chinese social networking site Weibo, showing us the new positioning of the antenna bands. It suggests that Apple is planning to shift the antenna bands to the top and bottom edges of the devices. The lines will spread out through the top and the bottom and end just at the curve.
iPhone 7 With Dual Camera
The image also reveals an extra hole under the mic opening next to the camera. While one can only make presumptions, a Weibo user appears to believe that Apple may be bringing laser autofocus assistance to the iPhone 7. If this holds true, it will substantially improve the smartphone camera’s low light efficiency, and even assist focus on objects faster.
In any case, the legit details on the new iPhone devices will not be known until September. Meanwhile, Apple provides Foxconn and Pegatron are stated to have started mass hiring at their factories in China for the manufacturing of the iPhone 7. This is most likely the very first time the two companies have begun working so early, showing that the new iPhone 7 production may have already begun.
An iPhone 7 with dual camera system would snap pictures with both lenses and then integrate the lead to produce higher-resolution photos. One 12-megapixel lens would be a wide-angle version equipped with optical image stabilization to offer higher quality pictures. The other 12-megapixel shooter would have an optical zoom capable of amplifying an image by up to three times.
The innovation would presumably come thanks to LinX, a company that was dealing with a method to create high-quality images from relatively little lenses. Apple acquired LinX in April 2015.
Rumors of double electronic cameras wending their way to the iPhone 7 have actually been floating about for months. In January, the analyst of KGI Securities Ming-Chi Kuo said the 5.5-inch iPhone 7 would be found in both single-lens and dual-lens variations while the less expensive 4.7-inch iPhone 7 would remain to use a single lens system.
Especially since the dual camera modules are revealed as individual components and not part of any bigger iPhone body. Kuo normally is on the cash at revealing modifications to Apple’s devices, and the interest, of a dual-camera system, could produce interest in the iPhone 7 by appealing to smartphone buyers in addition to devoted professional photographers.