Any rumours this far out are pure conjecture, and saying the next Apple anything will be thinner and lighter is generally a pretty safe guess; in this case I think it's wrong, they already reversed the drive to thinness with the 6S getting a smidge chunkier after all. The 7 will be a big cosmetic redesign with a higher res screen and maybe a further jump of some kind in the camera department, but they'll find a way to build that camera in flush. Jonny Ive will have spent the entire last two years thinking about how to do that.If the rumors are true and the 7 is even thinner, I don't know how the camera could return to a flush configuration.
Do u guys want a higher pixel (ppi) density? I think that's the only thing I like about Samsung phones. This screens look amazing. Not sure how it would affect battery life tho
That sounds strange when 6S is literally the best upgrade Apple has ever announced. Biggest improvement over previous generation.Nothing excites me about this years iPhone 6S/6S+. I'm bored with my 5S and 6. Will iPhone 7 have a wow factor?
Yes, it's too early. But that never stopped me from being a hypocrite. It's hard to imagine the iPhone 7 having much wow factor. The larger screen of the iPhone 6 was a huge deal along with the extra battery life that came with it. It seems the iPhone 7 could only offer a lot of smaller changes i.e. wireless charging (done well), faster, lighter, much smaller footprint, getting rid of home button while keeping fingerprint tech, improved speakers, improved camera, etc.
Without sounding like I'm trying for a fire fight (which I'm not) Can you see the 4" being popular? I only know one person that would like a iPhone that's up-to-date and 4", other then that most other go for 6s or plusApple need to bring out a flagship 4" iPhone 7. Flush camera, smaller bezels, much better battery life, no ugly antenna bands. Proper black.
All else is immaterial.
Without sounding like I'm trying for a fire fight (which I'm not) Can you see the 4" being popular? I only know one person that would like a iPhone that's up-to-date and 4", other then that most other go for 6s or plus
I'd wager that's a misleading stat. What are the figures for purchases since October 2014? And of those in the major industrialized nations that truly drive phone iteration design/sales?70% of iPhone users own a 3.5" or 4" iPhone, so that suggests that a 4" iPhone 7 would be popular.