A new leaked image of the alleged display of the Apple iPhone 7 Plus confirms the latest rumor about the dual camera setup on the back of the upcoming smartphone. A recent report revealed that some “technical difficulties” had assailed Apple‘s plans to provide the next iteration of its 5.5-inch phablet with a second lens for optical zooming.
Last week, some Foxconn employees posted on Weibo that the Apple iPhone 7 Plus will not feature rear-facing dual cameras. because of “technical difficulties.” The good news is that the dual camera rumor has been put back into play by others claiming that talk of the death of the dual camera setup was false.
A leaked image of iPhone 7 Plus surfaced this morning with a dual camera setup, rendering the demise of the dual camera as false. This alleged image is said to show a final production version of the device and includes the smart connector port. The report also indicates another rumor that the iPhone 7 Plus might support wireless charging. Moreover, it also cited that the device might include a battery with 3500mAh capacity.
One of the earliest rumors that had surfaced about the iPhone 7 was being seriously challenged. The upcoming Apple iPhone 7 was rumored to come to market without an earphone jack. Last month, a smartphone manufacturing company in China also displayed adapters that turn the Lightning port into a 3.5mm jack for headphones. But recently, Rock Fix, a smartphone repair company, which is situated in China, leaked images of what is allegedly the Lightning cable accessory for the latest iPhone. The component still includes a headphone jack.
Other images posted by Rock Fix include a picture of iPhone’s first dual SIM trays, a SanDisk 256GB memory chip, and also a dual-camera module supporting the rumor about the Apple iPhone 7 Plus.
While all these rumors about the iPhone 7 and its siblings will please a lot of fans, they will only be verified at the unveiling of the devices which is three months from now.The Apple iPhone 7 is also undergoing mass production at contract manufacturing company Pegatron.