More leaks are surfacing on the internet as we get nearer to the potential September 7 launch of Apple's upcoming iPhone 7. Most of these new leaks are just confirming the previous leaks about the device.
These new leaks coming from Taiwan are dubbed as 'industry sources', which are suggesting that NAND flash vendors (including Samsung and SK Hynix) are increasing their costs, indicating enhanced "demand for new smartphones especially the iPhone 7 with up to 256GB of internal storage". This new leak just confirms the previous leaks about iPhone 7's pricing and variants in China.
With all these free-flow leaks, we wonder if Apple would bring a 256GB iPhone, ultimately. Rumours also suggest that Apple might also bring out a smaller version of the iPhone 7 (like the iPhone SE) with lesser storage. The reports also tipped a dual-camera setup on the rear of the iPhone 7. Also, we won't get any "Pro" device from Apple; there will just be two iPhones - the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus.
Earlier, many rumours stated that this time around Apple might call the big screen iPhone - iPhone 7 Pro. Some reports even claimed that there would be three versions of the iPhone 7. Many reports went on confirming that there will be a capacitive Home button, A10 chipset, and enhanced camera setup. The 3.5 mm audio jack will not be onboard this time.