Apple’s iPhone 7 is expected to get cracked on Sept. 17, 2015, after being granted with the patent on flexible handset for Apple products, against the worldwide criticism on #Bendage. The criticism hiked last year, since the #Bendage included iPhones, which are high-range flagships, costing more than £600.
The patent filing says, “A flexible electronic device may include a flexible display, a flexible housing and one or more flexible internal components configured to allow the flexible electronic device to be deformed.” Moreover, the patent document also specifies that instead of a sealed phone case, the device may have unique electronic components with water-repellent film. Possibly, the iPhone durability is ensured. However, IT wire doubts that the external features may go in-line with the Apple’s patent, but the phone may not be capable in stopping the unwanted internal commands, cropping up when it bends. Perhaps, the smart designers and developers would turn all the stones to make it a great hit.
As the iPhone 7 assumptions are soaring up online, the analysts have started to double check these speculations with more caution.
The speculations on the screen still continue wondering, if the iPhone will carry the previous LCD display or the new OLED screen, similar to the Apple Watch screen. MacX.cn., the Chinese website that has a high reputation in publishing the leaks on the Apple products, conveys that the Apple had recently invoiced multiple size OLED screens.
Apple iPhone 7 is also likely to embed an in-built SIM card to enhance the storage capacity, similar to the iPad technology and it may also allow jumping between the mobile networks. Further, Business insider comments with the upcoming camera, which may shoot 3D snaps.
At the same time, IT Pro cogitates that iPhone 7 will sport a killer 5 inch screen with the resolution of 400ppi, unlike the iPhone 6 326 ppi in 4.7 inch screen, based on the latest reports. Industry insiders informs that iPhone 7 may not be the simply updated version of iPhone 6, rather it may also benefit from the technologies and materials, developed for the Apple Smartwatch. Forbes confirms it by writing, “Apple has been very consistent when it comes to integrating features across its product portfolio.”