Better Cameras, Better Flash
Speaking of cameras, Kuo says that the iPhone 7's flash will be upgraded from two LEDs to four: two in cool colors, two in warm. The phone may also pack an ambient light sensor that could make the iPhone an even better device for shooting photos in low light. The "iPhone 7 Plus" is likely to have two 12-megapixel cameras, which may allow for pro-level camera features such as optical zoom.
Back in Black
Apple may ditch the iPhone's long-standing Space Gray color in favor of two darker shades: a standard dark black option, as well as a glossier "piano black." The latter model could be limited and reserved for the larger-storage versions of the iPhone 7. Coupled with previous rumors about a deep blue iPhone, these latest reports suggest that Apple may be trying to shake up its traditional Gold/Silver/Gray color options for its smartphones.
No Headphone Jack, Free Lightning Headphones & Adapter
The rest of Kuo's research seems to confirm the same iPhone 7 specs that have been swirling around for months, including the much-controversial removal of the 3.5mm headphone jack.
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To compensate for the missing plug, Kuo says that the new phone may have a second, more amplified speaker and will ship with both a set of Lightning-based EarPods as well as a Lightning headphone adapter that will keep your old analog headphones from becoming completely obsolete.
The Best of the Rest
Other than that, it seems like you can expect an iPhone 7 with 3GB of RAM, a new A10 processor, a 3D Touch-enabled home button and a waterproof design. The iPhone 7 launch will officially kick off on Sept. 7 at 1 p.m. Eastern Time -- stay tuned to Tom's Guide for all of the biggest news straight out of California.
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