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iPhone 7 Specs, Release Date & Price: Tim Cook Promises Better Than iPhone 6s Device

Update Date: May 06, 2016 05:53 AM EDT

iPhone 7 speculations are in for a bounty even if it will still be a four-month road prior to the launch as the enthusiasm for the device has generated a lot more than the iPhone 6s. Tim Cook, who had his hand's full due to the decline in sales from the 2015 iPhone 6s promises that the next-generation iPhone will restore your faith in the company, according to Yahoo News.

What will the new counterpart to the iPhone 6s be entirely called? Will it be iPhone 7 Plus? iPhone Mini? Or just iPhone? Word has it also that instead of just two new iPhones for 2016, Apple will be gunning for a triumvirate release.

But will there be an internal upgrade? Or will it be both an internal and a physical redesign chassis for the high-end consumer? Nevertheless, theories abound on the upcoming release as the iPhone 7 is said to have features such as wireless charging, a modified headphone jack, and will be "unhackable."

It can be remembered that Apple had its own argument with the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) due to user security reasons. Other verdicts on the device will be that one version will be a more miniature alternative as Apple will ditch the 4.7-inch size and go for a 4-inch variation dubbed as iPhone SE, according to Mac World.

The website also reported that the expected 5.5-inch model iPhone 7 Plus has also been ditched and will be likely called iPhone 6c, iPhone 6e, and iPhone 5se. With the aforementioned removal of the headphone jack removal, Apple is further pointing to a much sleeker and thinner scheme thus listening to music will most likely be via wireless Bluetooth, Lightning port, or an adaptor.

More fine-tunes from Apple will include a flush camera and exclusion of the antenna bars. These rumored features will go quite well with the iPhone 6s was plagued with troublesome "red screen" problems and the occasional "muffled" during calls.

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