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Published: Tue, July 12, 2016
Tech | By Dwayne Harmon

Photo Shows iPhone 7 with Bigger Camera Lens

Photo Shows iPhone 7 with Bigger Camera Lens

One thing is certain, though: if you hated the camera-bump on the iPhone 6 and 6s, you probably aren't going to like the iPhone 7 should this actually prove to be its backside.

The apparent inclusion of a Smart Connector also raises the question of whether Apple will call this device the iPhone 7 Plus or dub it the iPhone Pro.

These leaked images came from a leak on Chinese site, Weibo, and according to 9to5mac's sources, the iPhone 7 Plus may end up being called the iPhone 7 Pro, in keeping with Apple's new iPad naming scheme.

Quartz recently polled 534 United States iPhone owners using SurveyMonkey Audience (methodology details are below)-and found that the first year of the watch's availability doesn't seem to have changed many people's perceptions of the device. It seems that this time, there are only two antennas lines that run at the top and bottom curves.

In recent months a series of leaks have revealed Apple's new iPhone will look nearly identical to the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6S, but that isn't the big problem.

Unlike its big brother, the phone does not appear to come with smart connectors, nor dual camera lens.

There have been a lot of rumors about what features the iPhone 7 might offer and what it may not offer.

Apple is expected to improve the quality of the camera for the next iPhone in many potential ways.

As iPhone nears its 10-year anniversary since its debur in the mobile market last 2007, rumors stars spreading out about the presumed iPhone 8 which will be the major flagship of tech giant Apple on its celebratory year 2017. What if it looks just like the iPhone 6? On Monday, the same publication had released images of the 4.7-inch iPhone 7.

The main camera can be seen protruding from the back. The phone pictured above looks much sleeker without them. If this turns out to be accurate, would you still find the iPhone 7 design attractive?

Reserving the dual-camera system to the iPhone 7 Plus would be a departure from Apple's current strategy when it comes to the camera module as both the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus have the same camera module.

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