The online rumour mill surrounding Apple products is always guaranteed to give us some fun, as well as some potentially useful insights into new phones.
Right now, a lot of people are wonder when we can expect to see the new iPhone 7 and what it will be like. So, what do we know about it so far?
To start with, most analysts expect a September release. This is when Apple traditionally release their new iPhone models, and there is nothing yet to suggest that they will break the pattern this year.
It is expected that it will also have a new version of iOS, which would be iOS 10. The cost is also rumoured to be about the same as the iPhone 6S, which should drop in price when the iPhone 7 comes out. This means just under £550 for the cheapest model of the new phone.
No Headphone Jack?
The latest Apple rumours also suggest a sleeker and thinner case, a better on-screen resolution and, of course, no headphone jack. This last change would mean that users would need to use Bluetooth headphone with their iPhone, which would be something of a controversial move by Apple.
A better processor is also being talked about, with a hexa-core A10 processing chip at its heart a possibility it seems.
Other innovations that have been talked about include wireless charging, a fingerprint scanner and a dual camera set up. It isn’t yet clear how many, if any, of these new features will make it to the finished model.
Do you expect to see some big changes in the iPhone 7?