As we get ever so close to the next generation iPhone launch event next week, more and more leaks are coming out. Thanks to plethora of iPhone leaks and news, we known almost certainly know everything about iPhone 7 (or whatever Apple decides to call it). Appearance-wise iPhone 7 look almost identical to the current Apple flagship devices iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus. Only change, according to rumors, is going to be realigned antenna band on the back of the iPhone 7. Apple will surely try to compensate for this lack of design change by introducing new colors to lure in customers. Rumors suggests that Apple is all set to launch a Space Black iPhone 7 model.
As you can see in the picture from Macotakara, that Apple will keep space grey color but add a new space black to the lineup as well. This means Apple is going to sell five different colored iPhone devices.
The Space Black color iPhone, if you look closely resembles the Space Black Apple Watch or Mac Pro 2013 in color and shades. Black metal clearly looks different from space grey and people should not have any difficulty in differentiating between the Space Grey model and the Space Black variant that has a glossier touch.
If you remember iPhone 5 came in Slate shade but the Space Black on iPhone 7 looks a lot darker and glossier. From the SIM trays in the picture we can also see the matte Space Grey model will also be slightly darker than the once on iPhone 6S models but it can be said with surety since its only a picture and lightening makes it tougher to decipher the exact color contrast.
The Macotakara article that we shared above also alludes that the new iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus will come with optical image stabilization feature, which is a departure from current lineup in which on the larger phone model has optical image stabilization. If rumors are true, the CMOS sensor will also be getting a bumper increase in the new variant.
See all purported iPhone 7 SIM Trays side-by-side: Space Black, Silver, Space Grey, Rose Gold, Gold.
As we saw in previous leaks that iPhone 7 Plus 5.5-inch device will support a bigger camera with dual-camera sensors, first time in any Apple iPhone device. You will now be able to optical zoom on iPhone using dual camera.
Apple is going to launch iPhone 7 devices on September 7 at a press event in San Francisco. Stay tuned to get live updates of the event, who knows Apple might throw in Macbook update surprise during the event.