Although the launch of the iPhone 7 is still almost a year away, rumors and escapes have previously begun, with a latest report declaring Apple has begun testing five dissimilar samples of its latest handset.
And while model testing isn't precisely thrilling news when it comes to latest phones, tablets or any kind of device, what is attractive is that the fresh escape - which approaches in the shape of a post on the Chinese website Weibo as statement by G for Games - exposes several of the characteristics being tested out for the latest iPhone 7.
The post proposes we'll be considering a developed multi-Force Touch tech, and a dual camera set up, which has essentially been rumored since previous to the iPhone 6S launched. The post also names a swing of further features that have also been supposed before too, including wireless charging, Touch ID fingerprint tech that's entrenched within the display, with touting AMOLED displays, while it's been formerly recommended Apple will be maintaining LCD screens for the iPhone 7.
The characteristics catalog also comprises a USB Type-C connector that's companionable with headsets, although further rumors have also exploded up claiming Apple may have headphones connect through Bluetooth or the lightning cable in its place.