The iPhone 7's processor, most likely the A10, is said to enter production in June but the device won't be launched until this fall.
If the report is accurate, it's a blow to Samsung, who currently shares production of the iPhone 6s' A9 processor with TSMC. Some users found that the iPhone 6s with a TSMC made A9 chip got significantly more battery life than the iPhone 6s with a Samsung made A9 chip. However, testing by Consumer Reports found less than a 2% difference.
The iPhone 7 is said to look much like the iPhone 6s with two notable differences. The camera will reportedly sit flush with the rear casing thanks to a thinner camera module and the antenna bands across the back will reportedly be removed. Click here for more details.
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