Apple iPhone 7-6 SE: The next iPhone may be the first phone to support 4K-video at 60 fps
If it is true, the next iPhone might be the first phone to to support recording 4K video at 60 fps. The A10 silicon, clocked at up to 2,45 Ghz, might be fast enough to do that, according to vietnamese tech website Tinhte, who we know from leaking the Lightning-to-3,5mm-jack adapter earlier this year. This time, they did manage to get their hands on an early iPhone 7, the 4,7 inch model apparently, or so they say. Since there is no proof for any of this, take the supplied information with a grain of salt.
Apart from the fact that the iPhone 7 might be able to support higher speed video at 4K resolution, Tinhte also detected that the sim trays are actually sealed with rubber. This of course makes perfect sense since the next iPhone is supposed to be waterproof up to 1 meter of water for 30 minutes. We also hear again, that the new Home Button is click-less, it does not move up or down. Instead, the haptic feedback is created by a Force Touch motor inside the iPhone. Last but not least, if you read that far, take a look at the beautiful render pictures of the two new black color options, fanwebsite AppleArab created just one day before Apple will release the next iPhone-generation to the general public.