Monday, May 23, 2016

Upcoming iPhone 7 Plus part leak shows dual-camera module, with 256GB storage

iPhone 7 Plus
One week ago, we saw a leaked image showing the 4.7 inch iPhone model and its potential support for auto laser focus.  It’s been rumored for a while now that the iPhone 7 Plus, however, will see even more camera update leaked with a brand new dual-camera setup on the rear. Earlier in March, leaked images appeared claiming to show the alleged dual-camera module and now a new leak from Weibo has emerged corroborating the earlier images and showing potential for a 256GB storage tier via :
In inclusion to showing the massive dual camera module, the rumored images claim to show a huge 256GB memory chip, suggesting that Apple for the first time will introduce a huge storage option with the upcoming iPhone 7 series.
The new component photo, seen here also shows three memory chips placed next to the camera module:16GB, 64GB, and 256GB chips, perhaps implying that the 128 GB model will be replaced all together with the new 256GB chip. Judging by this rumor, however, the 16GB model is here to stay.
The 256GB part leak corroborates a report from earlier this year that claimed the company would introduce the higher capacity option with the iPhone 7 Plus. That same report claimed that Apple would include a larger battery with the iPhone 7 Plus, as well.
With the inclusion of a second camera comes the need for more storage, so it seems likely that Apple would want to offer that to power users.

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