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Apparently, Apple’s Testing iPhone 7 Models with USB-C Connectors

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G for Gamers has released a new report with more rumors about the upcoming iPhone 7, Apple’s flagship for 2016. In the report, they cite statements from “sources in China” claiming Apple is now testing at least 5 different iPhone 7 models, all with different technologies built into them.

According to the report, some of the technologies that can be found in the prototypes are as follows: a USB Type-C connector compatible with headsets, wireless charging technology, multi-Force Touch, dual camera configurations, and fingerprint recognition technology embedded within the display.

The report also states that Apple if fiddling around with AMOLED display technology, but recent reports have stated that the iPhone won’t feature an AMOLED display until 2018.

If these rumors are true, and Apple does indeed have these prototypes in testing stages, these statements and reports may be the base of the rest of the rumors about the iPhone 7 until it’s released. However, we do suggest taking this with a grain of salt, as these reports are coming only about 3 months after the iPhone 6S and 6S Plus came out and the fact that there is plenty of time left until we do get our first glimpse at the new iPhone.

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One Reply to “Apparently, Apple’s Testing iPhone 7 Models with USB-C Connectors”

  1. […] The iPhone 7 is rumored to exclude the 3.5mm headphone jack on the bottom, a 256GB storage option, a larger battery, and possible additional technologies like multi-3D-Touch, a USB-C connector, and dual camera configurations. […]

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