Top 5 iPhone 7 rumorsThe rumored features we're most likely to see on Apple's newest iPhone on September 7.
It's official. Apple will be unveiling its rumored iPhone 7 on September 7th. So what can we expect from its newest flagship? I'm Vanessa Hand Orellana filling in for Ayas with the top five iPhone 7 rumors. Most likely to come true. The home button may be getting a makeover. A report from Bloomberg in August suggest the iPhone7 will debut a pressure sensitive home button that vibrates on contacts. Similar to the four sets technology found on the new MacBook trackpad. Now this doesn't mean much in terms of design but it may mean less clicking And more functions. We say before every new iPhone launch but this could finally be the year Apple gets rid of the 16 GB model. According to a report in the Wall Street Journal, the base model for the iPhone 7 would start out with 32 GB in storage with a 256 GB option on the plus model Now with 4K video recording and no prospects of an SD card slot, this may seem like the bear minimum for Apple but at least, it's a step in the right direction. A better camera is basically a given in the next iPhone. But by the looks of this year's invite, photography is gonna take center stage. The smaller model may finally get optical image stabilization for better low light shots. [MUSIC] Well, the plus model has said to have a dual camera set up that will allow you to manipulate the depth of fields for DSLR like effect. It's a week or two, the iPhone 7 will come in two sizes. One with a 4.7 inch screen and plus model with 5.5 inch screen. Both includes with aluminum body with curve edges and a metallic Apple logo on the back. Sounds familiar? Save for a few subtle changes, and perhaps a new [UNKNOWN] paint job, the new iPhone will look strikingly similar to the old one. Breaking with the redesign tradition that we've come to expect with every number change. And the most likely rumor of the bunch, the missing headphone jack. There have been multiple sources stating that the 3.5 millimeter port will be replaced with an extra speaker. That means, you'll be plugging those earbuds into the lightning port. Or springing for Bluetooth earphones if you're planning on charging while listen. Apple wouldn't be the first to make the change. Motorola's Moto VPhones both use the USB-C port Port for plugging in headphones and eventhough my moneys on these rumors coming through take it with a grain of salt because until September 7 they are also heresay after all.