No Dual Cameras For iPhone 7 – Confirmed By Foxconn Employee

Now it is disappointing news for Apple fanboys who are eagerly waiting for the confirmation news of dual camera support for upcoming Apple iPhone 7. The Apple iPhone 7 has a couple of months ahead for the announcement and launch. But on the Internet, the rumors are already started trending about its unique features and specs. Recently, the iPhone 7 is bitten by the rumor that it features dual camera support.

Apparently, one of the Foxconn employee recent update states that Apple iPhone 7 won’t be coming with dual cameras due to lack of proper development area. The implementation of the dual camera support was not executed due to immature technology.

Old Yao Foxconn Employee Update

After a lot of rumors and hopes, this news is a bit disappointment for Apple iPhone fans. Now the Apple iPhone 7 might be equipped with an A10 processor, iOS 10, Qualcomm LTE chip and much more.

Apple iPhone Launch Years

  • 2007 – iPhone
  • 2008 – iPhone 3G
  • 2009 – iPhone 3GS
  • 2010 – iPhone 4 (design update)
  • 2011 – iPhone 4s
  • 2012 – iPhone 5 (design update)
  • 2013 – iPhone 5s
  • 2014 – iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus (design update)
  • 2015 – iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus

Apart from disappointments, we have few more interesting rumors for Apple fans. Recent, rumors also suggest that the nomenclature of iPhone will be stopped from iPhone 7, and it will be named as iPhone Pro. And one more interesting rumor is, the iPhone 7 may sport a smart connector at the back side of the device. It is also said to be the first iPhone with no 3.5mm Audio Jack, for headphones connectivity Apple is working on Lightning port supported Earpods.

Coming to the design part, the Apple working on a new kind of design but similar to iPhone 6S. The  iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus include a single-lens camera for the both variants. The iPhone 7 comes as a thinner variant compared to its previous version. One rumor suggested that the device will be between 6.0mm and 6.5mm.

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Rahul is the Editor-in-Chief at Thetechhacker, PhoneSetter and TheWearableNews. After realizing an obsession with technology, he left his job career to write about technology.
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