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IPhone 7 and 7 Plus would have better battery and camera according to a Filtration

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Missing just over a week for the iPhone 7 to be a reality and leaks increase significantly. One of the last states that the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus will have significant improvements, which we tell below.

According to this specification sheet filtered, the exterior design of the iPhone 7 will be very similar to the current model, and the models have screens of 4.7 and 5.5 inches respectively, but there will be big changes inside. At the hardware level, it is expected to have significant improvements, starting with the processor A10 manufactured by Apple TSMC with 16nm process.

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So would the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus inside

On the other hand, this filtration talking about the possibility that Apple has decided to introduce a better battery inside the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus. Thus, it’s believed that the iPhone 7 will 1.960mAh battery and iPhone 7 Plus 2.910mAh, a change that would have been possible thanks to the space left by the audio jack of 3.5 mm which would be eliminated.

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On the other hand, in addition to the processor A10 Apple, it is expected that the company will integrate a RAM 2GB or 3GB memory as well as a significant improvement in the camera. According to the leak, the camera will have a resolution of 12 megapixels like the current model, but it would have significant improvements with an aperture of f / 1.9, allowing more light to enter, or the sensor size would happen to be 1 / 2.6 “.

With regard to the camera, do not forget as they say in PhoneArena that the iPhone 7 Plus could come together with a twin lens camera on the back. This certainly would be a great improvement and would have quite interesting features.

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