The leaked internals of the often rumored iPhone 7s Plus has allegedly surfaced on the internet. Some of the exposed logic board images of upcoming iPhone 7s Plus has been shared by Benjamin Geskin on twitter showing us an insight into exactly how the inner piece will look like. All of this spilled images merely discloses a plain chunk, and you may not find specific components in those leaks.
Significantly, the shared pictures indicate the identical logic board type as spotted on past iPhone devices. Moreover, the clean pictures of the Cupertino-based company’s A11 microchip can be found from the photos revealed on Slash Leaks. Apple’s A11 chip supposedly makes use of a whole new 10-nanometer FinFET developing procedure created by supplier TSMC. So this process will make A11 chip undoubtedly much faster compared to the A10 Fusion chip used in iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus.
When it comes to the modem which is provided by Qualcomm/Intel, the modem pad structure is nearly equivalent to the one on the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus logic board, and also those handsets are preloaded with Intel’s XMM7360 microchip. Although they are not confirmed, Apple will probably continue to keep dual source modems from Qualcomm for their forthcoming iPhone devices. Apple is anticipated to introduce the next generation of iPhone devices on September 12 this year yet the firm has not released any kind of official details about the event.
Known facts about iPhone 7S:
The Apple iPhone 7s is anticipated to have latest iOS 11 operating system supported by the quad-core A11 processor. According to the reports, the handset may accommodate 64GB of internal storage space along with 2GB of RAM. It is also said that internal storage space cannot be extended which means no SD card support. In terms of the cameras, the Apple iPhone 7s is speculated to bring along a 12-megapixel main camera on the backside and a 7-megapixel front line camera for selfies. Connectivity features are believed to incorporate 3G as well as 4G, Gps navigation, Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth.