“The Cupertino, CA-based company is also stepping away from the two-year redesign cycle with the new model that largely mirrors the looks of its predecessors, the iPhone 6 and 6S,” Aldrich reports. “The new hardware features on the upcoming iPhone will advance the phone’s photography capabilities with sharper low-light images and change the user experience with a pressure-sensitive home button rather than a push-button.”
Aldrich reports, “The newest model will lose the classic headphone jack in favor of Bluetooth connectivity, making space for a second speaker.”
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Apple’s next-gen iPhone said to have dual camera, pressure-sensitive Home button – August 8, 2016