Both iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus (some are also referring it to iPhone 7 Pro) have featured massive design leaks that you will definitely want to check out, because they highlight key differences between the two smartphones.

While Apple is probably going to maintain the same screen sizes for its iPhone 7 (4.7-inches) and iPhone 7 Plus (5.5-inches), the main differences are going to come from the camera and the connectivity ports. While we know that both devices might feature 256GB as their highest capacity model, there are a few key differences between these two phones that you might want to know about and this information camera from My Drivers.

  • iPhone 7 Plus will have a dual-camera configuration, while iPhone 7 will have a single rear camera
  • iPhone 7 Plus will have a smart connector, while iPhone 7 will feature a regular connector

The measurements of both phones have also been listed below:

  • iPhone 7 Plus: 158.2 × 77.9 × 7.3mm
  • iPhone 7: 138.2 × 67.1 × 7.2mm

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More information suggests that both of these smartphones are not going to be thinner than an iPhone 6s or iPhone 6s Plus, because one more leak tells us that the upcoming phones could actually feature a headphone jack. However, Apple still possesses a nasty habit of reducing the thickness of its mobile phones.

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We have to admit that Apple’s chips are getting more and more efficient, but honestly, that does not excuse them to compromise on battery capacity. The company’s Touch ID feature is definitely going to make a return, and with Apple’s A10 chipset, we can promise that you will definitely be seeing a larger improvement in the performance and battery life categories.

Apple will stick to LCD displays for now, but next year, when iPhone 8 comes out, the phone will feature the popular AMOLED display, which not only results in better image quality but has energy efficient attributes as well. Before checking out iPhone 8, let us pay our attention to iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus since we will have to conclude if these phones are worth purchasing or not.

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