Tuesday, March 1, 2016

Start your Days in 2016 with iPhone 7

iPhone 7 Concept

 Now, iPhone just always make a different. iPhone Team was released New iPhone 7 that have  similar style with iPhone 6S, but it’s a little slimmer to a new LCD Panel. but the Samsung Galaxy S6 is only marginally thicker at 6.8mm, so it's possible. Apple is said to be planning to stick to the 4.7-inch screen sizes it first introduced with the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus.

As we know, Apple has used an alternating "S" naming formula to mark years where the iPhone does not receive a major redesign since the debut of the iPhone 3GS in 2009. Releases have been as follows:
- iPhone                               -  2007
- iPhone 3G                         -  2008
- iPhone 3GS                       -  2009
- iPhone 4 (new design)       - 2010
- iPhone 4s                           - 2011
- iPhone 5 (new design)       - 2012
- iPhone 5s                           - 2013
- iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus (new design)   -  2014
- iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus                      -  2015

And for the Future iPhone 7 was ready in market , It was based on a rumor that Apple was planning to do away with the 3.5mm headphone on the iPhone 7, likely to be released this fall, and would steer people toward using wireless headphones or wired headphones that connect via the remaining Lightning port via an adapter.
If we were betting people we'd say the iPhone 7 will probably arrive in September 2016. Apple tends to stick to a schedule, and the last few iPhones were launched in September.
iPhone 7 have a lot of similar with iPhone 6S. Another suggestion of a waterproof oPhone 7 comes from the Apple supplier Japan Display.The Supplier has come up with a new technology called “Pixel Eyes”, that is now in its second generation,but it makes it easier to use the screen while you have wet fingers.

iPhone 7 
From the Waterproof Phone of iPhone 7 it’s just rumor, but the fact is Apple Supplier looking to stop the problem may be a big hint at what the iPhone 7 will do.
Well, this make a sense because iPhone 7 may officially released in September 2016 because Apple tends to stick to a schedule.
After all For now, though, have a look at a selection of tweets we plucked from Twitter on the topic.
May be iPhone 7 builded very last, as according to Mac Otakara there are a number of iPhone prototypes with “ruggedized” features, which could mean a water-and dust resistant phone is on the way.
Another suggestion of a waterproof iPhone 7 comes from the Apple supplier Japan Display. The supplier has come up with a new technology called "Pixel Eyes", that is now in its second generation, but it makes it easier to use the screen while you have wet fingers.

iPhone Headphone

Apple is rumored to be aiming to make the iPhone 7 nearly as thin as the 6.1mm iPod touch, mainly through the removal of the 3.5mm headphone jack and the implementation of a thinner Lightning port. Eliminating the headphone jack will give Apple more internal space for other components, and Apple will also keep the device slim with the continued use of in-cell panels and TFT-LCD display technology. Apple may replace the headphone jack on the iPhone 7 with a second speaker for stereo audio.

With no headphone jack, wired headphones will connect to the iPhone 7 using its Lightning port and Bluetooth headphones will connect wirelessly. Apple is rumored to be working on Lightning-equipped EarPods to sell alongside the device.

iPhone Design and Screen

For the past several years, Apple's iPhone updates have followed a predictable major design changes in even-numbered years, followed by "under the hood" tech upgrades that keep the same basic physical chassis in odd-numbered "S phone" years. For 2016, then, a total redesign is a near certainty -- possibly with some dramatic innovations.

One of a great rumor is iPhone 7S will be the first Apple Phone to feature an OLED display. The rumour comes from Apple telling supply chain sources that it will be switching from LCD panels to OLED panels in the next couple of years.

The iPhone have more big Resolution jump apparenly likely to move to glass 0n-glass screens, which in turn opens up the possibility of a QHD or 4K display like Sony Xperia Z5 Premium.

One of the more interesting iPhone 7 predictions involves a move away from the physical home button. Recent iPhone innovations -- specifically the pressure-sensitive 3D Touch screen and increasing always-on hands-free functionality of Siri -- have diminished the need for it, and that a buttonless iPhone would be a natural move for a company with such a strong preference for clean lines as well as simple design. That would also allow the large top and bottom bezels to shrink, effectively allowing Apple to squeeze a larger screen into the same size body. The trick, of course, would be keeping the all-important Touch ID fingerprint sensor somehow integrated into the device.
Apple uses LED backlit LCD technology for the current iPhones' Retina displays, and there has been speculation that Apple will eventually switch to OLED displays, but not until 2018. So, this would likely debut on whatever model succeeds the iPhone 7.

The iPhone 7 screen  is very strong, could be hard to smash, as an Apple patent has been unearthed showing bumpers which burst out from the edges of the screen to ensure it doesn't touch the floor when dropped. Patents often don't turn into products, but we never know – and it would certainly be nice to see a stronger screen.

iPhone 7 Camera and Battery

iPhone 7 Camera

Apple renew its camera tech for the iPhone 6S, replacing its from 8MP snapper with a shiny new 12MP one and boosting the front-facing camera up to 5MP.
Many sources and Issues reported that there would be a very significant step up in quality with the iPhone 6S's camera; a 10-megapixel camera and a two-lens DSLR-style camera were presented as two distinct possibilities. And though the 6S upped the standard iPhone's game with a much improved front-facing camera, only the 6S Plus features optical image stability capabilities that deliver higher quality photos and video in low light environments.
Given that Apple tends to stick with camera components for a long time, so we wouldn't expect to see a different in megapixels for the iPhone 7, but there's a good chance it will have performance tweaks and additional features to help set it apart. Optimal Visibility perhaps?


The most important thing from of iPhone 7 issues is which we consider are as follows :

> An unbreakable screen – This Brand is very strong and hard on the screen. Many videos review in iPhone 7 that have proven.

> Resolution for games and video inappropriate – iPhone 7 can now record 4K and get the full experience. With the iPhone 7 it's time Apple boosted the resolution of its handsets. We'd take a full HD resolution on the 4.7-inch iPhone 7.

>Three Screen Sizes – i mean Apple launch a third handset in the iPhone Range. Smaller than iPhone 6S  and iPhone 6S Plus.

> Wireless Charging  -  This Brand is have a great wireless charging different with a lot of Gadgets that make us boring. especially if the same charger worked for the Apple Watch too. And if it could support both wireless standards as well, like the Galaxy S6, then that would be just swell.

> No more 16GB models For iPhone 7

> Curved Display - No image such sultry curves on an Apple designed smartphone. We're going weak at the knees already. Go on Apple, wrap that screen round the edges of the iPhone 7 and we'll more than likely be in love.

> Look ID - The iPhone 7 has the chance to take biometrics to the next level, with iris recognition. It won't be the first to the eye scanning tech (check out the ZTE Axon Elite), but you just know if Apple jumps on board it'll be slickly implemented and a joy to use.

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