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Smaller, Thinner iPhone 7 Could be Launched with A10 Chip


Slimmer, Smarter, Stronger – these have probably come to become the three cornerstones of every version of the iPhone that is launched by Apple.

This time, with the iPhone 6S and the iPhone 6S Plus, there was one principle broken; the device did not become slimmer than before.

The device gained a couple of millimeters in thickness. However, it became smarter and stronger, not to mention faster and more expensive as well.

This time around, with the iPhone 7, Apple is sure to touchbase all its key principles of designing an iPhone. ‘Slimmer’ would be the motto of production this time.

So what could Apple do to drop one size? Should it actually make a compromise on the battery power? Probably not, that would be stupidity.

Apple has always been blamed of making its users ‘wallflowers’ wherein they have to bear with the inconvenience of having to carry around chargers and powerbanks.

With the launch of the new smart battery case the battery life on the iPhone 6S has shot up to 25 hours, but remove the case, and you are back to pavilion. So no, battery size or power reduction would not be a good idea.

There is a possibility that the device would make some changes on the design and arrangement of ports.

The 3.5 mm headset jack could be replaced with a slimmer lightning port or a USB-Type C port for a compatible headset to be plugged in.

However, some experts have argued that apple is practically in its infancy with regards to the introduction of the lightning port in 2012 and replacing the technology might actually not be a very good idea.

Nevertheless if this is really the case then Apple could easily implement the change and also have compatible headsets launched in the market for these phones.

Size of course is not all that would matter. The OS, expected to be iOS 10 and the processor, that should technically be the A10, would be major selling points of this device.

Other opinions have been seen around the web, some suggesting the use of intel chips and others suggesting the use of Qualcomm’s 9X45 LTE chips for the production of the iPhone 7.

Of the rumors that are circulating over the internet about the iPhone 7, News4C will round up the most genuine sounding ones and keep updating you from time to time.