Apple’s iPhone 7 to be available in 3 versions, Pro version to have 256GB storage, dual camera and smart connector
It is always good to be spoiled for choices before you purchase anything. But what happens if this choice is offered to you by Apple.
Following World Wide Developers Conference (WWDC) held in San Francisco, California this month and the unveiling of iOS 10, there are rumors that Apple may be releasing three different versions of the iPhone 7 this fall, including something called the ‘iPhone 7 Pro’, reported 9to5Mac on Thursday.
The new rumor suggests that the iPhone will follow the iPad model, which means that it could be an iPhone 7, 7 Plus and a new ‘Pro’ model to choose from. In other words, it is nothing but the same as the iPad mini, iPad Air and iPad Pro.
In terms of design, the smartphone is said to be much like the iPhone 7 Plus, but will offer more ‘Pro’ features for those that want it. While there is no clarity if the Pro may be a larger device like the original iPad Pro was for the iPad lineup. It is also rumoured that the iPhone Pro may have a dual-camera array, and/or wireless charging via the smart connector like the iPad Pro. It is also expected to be water resistant like the Samsung Galaxy S7. Additionally, it is rumoured that the 3.5mm headphone jack from the bottom of the smartphone will be removed.
The reference to a new “Pro” line for the iPhone 7 in addition to standard iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus models isn’t exactly new. Alleged leak schematics that appeared in a Japanese magazine a couple months back claimed to show an ‘iPhone 7 Pro’ model sporting a dual-camera system and Smart Connector functionality.
Since all the above information are rumors, we expect to you read this with a pinch of salt. Keep reading this section for the latest information on the iPhone 7 Pro.