Details regarding Apple's next-generation iPhone 7 Plus/Pro continue to leak. New images reportedly show the smartphone's dual-lens camera module and SanDisk NAND flash storage chips in 16 GB, 64 GB, and 256 GB.
Apple is holding its WWDC 2016 in San Francisco from June 13 through June 17 and will showcase updates to the software that powers its Macs, iPhones, iPads, Apple TV, and Apple Watch. The new software will be released to developers, and a public beta should follow for Mac OS X 10.12 and iOS 10.
Images reportedly taken from a build of Mac OS X 10.12 recently leaked and appear to confirm that Siri will be one of its headline features. There hasn't been much news on what we can expect from iOS 10 but the first devices to ship with the new OS have been leaking at a steady rate.
A video was created based on CAD drawings of the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus/Pro and back up a previous report claiming Apple is planning to drop the standard 3.5-millimeter headphone port on its next-gen iPhones in order to make them thinner.
The 5.5-inch iPhone 7 Plus/Pro will differentiate itself from the 4.7-inch iPhone 7 by including a new dual-lens camera and Smart Connector port. Now, images of what is supposedly the dual camera and memory chips from the iPhone 7 Plus/Pro have leaked.
The images were posted on Twitter by NowhereElse.fr's editor, but they originally appeared on Weibo, as indicated by a watermark. They show a dual-lens camera module, in addition to three SanDisk NAND flash chips in storage configurations of 16 GB, 64 GB, and 256 GB, suggesting Apple is planning to continue making 16 GB the minimum storage offered and maxing out the iPhone 7 Plus/Pro with a whopping 256 GB of internal space.
This also backs up a report from January that claimed the iPhone 7 Plus would top out at 256 GB of internal storage. The space will come in handy, considering that images and video taken with the smartphone will likely take up major space.
As always, take this report with a grain of salt for now and we'll be sure to keep you updated on any new iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus/Pro news.
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