As the announcement of the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus is barely a week ago, we have more or less zeroed in on what to expect from the next-gen iPhone. The rumored features, as well as leaked images, have taken away the guessing game. But, among all the talks regarding the upcoming flagship smartphone has got nothing new and will be a big flop, there is something very exciting!
Just a few days back, I came across a survey on a popular blog asserting only 1 out of 10 existing iPhone users would want to buy iPhone 7 even if it doesn't have a new design. Though I believe a brand new design will certainly be a show-stopper for the upcoming smartphone, it's not the be-all-and-end-all, is it?
Why Should You Not Give Up on iPhone 7 As Yet
The DSLR Killer
Both the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus are expected to come with much-improved cameras.
The 4.7-inch model device is said to have a 12-megapixel unit, along with 1/2.6″ sensor ƒ/1.9 aperture and 1.3 µm pixels.
The 5.5-inch phablet will feature a robust dual-lens camera. Powered by a pair of 12-megapixel cameras, a 1/3” sensor and a ƒ/1.9 aperture, iPhone 7 Plus will be able to capture stunner.
Saying the dual-camera system would match the exploit of DSLR cameras would be nothing but an overstatement. But one thing can be said with confidence that the iPhone 7 Plus will charm even the standalone cameras.
Think Beyond Mobile Photography
With “LinX” on its side, Apple is set to reinvent mobile photography once again. There are several standout qualities that you can expect your dual-camera system to boast of. As for instance, better low light performance, perfect color accuracy, faster exposures, zero shutter lag, much improved HDR performance and post-capture focusing.
The wide-angle and standard focal length lens would prove to be shot in the arm for smartphone love to snap every detail of any object.
LG's G5 smartphone has got an excellent dual-camera capable capturing great photos and videos. But, you can expect the iPhone 7 to deliver an unmatched result.
3D Object Modeling/Face Recognition
The dual-camera of the iPhone 7 may even have automatic background removal, 3D object modeling and face recognition. If these features come to the fore, you wouldn't get tired of taking pics.
Shoot Multiple Streams of Video At-One-Go
What about shooting multiple streams of videos simultaneously? I bet it would provide you tons of fun. Better still; the dual-camera may use data from both sensors to deliver a high-quality result.
The new iPhone will feature A10 processor, M10 motion co-processor, and larger battery. iPhone 7 Plus would come with 3GB RAM that would bolster its speed. With a burly hardware, the smartphone would be hard to beat.
Imagine if a year old iPhone 6s can lap the just-launched Samsung Galaxy Note 7 in the app speed test, what could be the real pace of iPhone 7? Let the real-life performance win over the goody-goody features that just don't live up to those who are enchanted with lightning fast tempo.