The latest reports about the iPhone 7 will bring mixed emotions to “defective apple” fans. The touch-type Home button brings more benefits to users than the current Home button.
Bloomberg recently reported that the iPhone 7 will be equipped with a completely new Home button.
iPhone Home Button
Accordingly, this Home button will not have the same physical movement as the current version and will operate according to the haptic feedback mechanism, similar to Force Touch or 3D Touch technology on the trackpad of the new generation MacBook and the iPhone 6s. In fact, this information has been mentioned relatively many times before in other reports.
The touch-type Home button brings more benefits to users than the current Home button.
Mashable believes that the touch-type Home button will bring a higher success rate of pressing than the physical Home button while minimizing the possibility of damage due to the absence of moving elements. Another reason for the above change may also come from the new Home button that makes the iPhone more resistant to water/dust. In addition, Bloomberg also continues to emphasize that the 3.5mm headphone jack will not be available on the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus.
Bloomberg’s report reveals how the dual camera cluster on the new iPhone works.
An interesting detail in the Bloomberg report concerns the dual camera cluster on the iPhone 7 Plus. Accordingly, each camera will “record different colors” to “create brighter and more detailed photos”. The two images recorded from each sensor will be combined to provide the most optimal end result for the user.
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Gorilla Glass 5 with the ability to protect the phone from drops from a height of 1.6 m even onto uneven surfaces has recently been put on Samsung Galaxy Note7.
At the same time, the source of The Malignant shared that the iPhone 7 will not be equipped with the latest tempered glass that Corning has just introduced Gorilla Glass 5. It is unclear the authenticity of this information, but it does not help but make fans. Apple is disappointed, especially when Samsung’s recently launched Note7 already has the aforementioned technology.