Tuesday, December 1, 2015

Apple is testing five iPhone 7 prototype with USB-C, dual camera, AMOLED-display and wireless charging

Apple is testing five prototypes of the iPhone 7 with unique hardware features, reports GforGames. Each of them can reach the final stage and leave a finished product.

Recent rumors suggest that Apple is developing a next-generation iPhone. According to the source, one of the test versions of the smartphone is equipped with a connector USB-C, the other - wireless charging. The Cupertino test new interfaces for themselves and have not yet decided on the choice.

Another iPhone 7 prototype equipped with a camera with a dual lens system. Ability to set two objectives in future smartphones, in addition to insider reports by Apple confirms purchase of Israeli firm LinX Imaging - technology developer for the cameras, providing high-quality images. Camera-based technology LinX is much smaller in size any of the cameras on the market and allow you to improve the quality of shooting from mobile phones to professional cameras.

Other prototypes of the new iPhone boast a display technology to support "multi-Force Touch» and a fingerprint reader, integrated directly into the smartphone screen. In addition, it is reported that Apple is experimenting with AMOLED-display. The screen of this prototype boasts 2K resolution and pixel density of 660 ppi. However, judging from previous leaks, the first iPhone screen OLED will be released no earlier than 2017.

Which of these iPhone 7 models will be available is not yet known. The source claims that he received this information from component suppliers, cooperates with the Californian giant.

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