Sunday, September 6, 2015

iPhone 7 could be the thinnest iPhone ever

iPhone 7 will be the thinnest iPhone yet, or at least it suggests an Asian analyst who provided so much information available about unreleased Apple products yet.

According to the analyst, iPhone 7 will be launched in 2016 and will have a thickness of just 6mm - 6.5mm, that could be even thinner than the iPad Air 2 having a thickness of 6.1mm and is one of the most thin Apple products.

iPhone 6 is the thinnest iPhone ever 6.9mm thick, and if iPhone 6S will be 7.1mm thick, the iPhone 7 could be up to 1.1mm thinner than iPhone terminal that will be launched this month, is one considerable difference.

Without providing details on the changes technological process for manufacturing the iPhone 7 that could justify this substantial reduction in thickness, he argues that in future Apple smartphone could use the same 3D Touch iPhone 6S used.

Apple and its suppliers have invested heavily in iPhone Force Touch in 2015 and we believe 2016 new models will stick with a similar Force Touch structure as used in 2015. 

The reason the iPhone 6S will be thicker than the 0.2mm iPhone 6 is implementation of 3D Touch, Touch Force so that next year Apple would be using a new method of implementation in order to reduce the thickness of the terminal up to 1.1mm.

Although for now we are very far from the iPhone 7 launch, this terminal is in the process of development in the Apple and prototypes sutn definitely tested and known analyst provides a level high enough validity to information, so it remains to see what surprises we will have.

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