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Wednesday, 16 August 2017

The iPhone 7s surprises with its dimensions

Yes, we know that all the hype of the technology lover in general and Apple in particular is focusing on the brand new iPhone 8 , but that does not mean that it is the only terminal that will see the light next month. In fact, it will be a trio that will arrive this September and although the iPhone 8 is the one that covers all the covers, it is not necessary to take an eye to the other two models, the iPhone 7s and the iPhone 7s Plus .

And is that after all, not everyone has a kidney to spend or absolutely need all the news that promises the iPhone 8. For this audience the iPhone 7s and iPhone 7s Plus will come with the typical updates on the iPhone 7 (for example Processor) but the same design. However, it is speculated that the iPhone 7s will have a difference from its predecessor, something quite surprising given Apple's policy.

The German blog Giga Apple suggests that the iPhone 7s will have the rear glass , unlike the aluminum used in the iPhone 7. It will be precisely this change of materials that will cause it to be somewhat chubby than the previous model . As it is an open secret, the use of glass is due to inductive wireless charging , a new addition that will incorporate the updates of the iPhone 7.

However, this is not exceptional, although Apple is already familiar with this material and will mean a return to the iPhone 4 and iPhone 4s, which so elegantly mixed aluminum with glass.

In any case tranquility because this increase in size will be imperceptible to the human eye, going from 7.1 mm to 7.2 in thickness. The same happens with the width, which goes from 67.14mm to 67.27mm and a height that will change from 138.31mm to 138.44mm.

One of the consequences will be that the camera will protrude approximately 0.25 mm less than in the iPhone 7 . What does this mean? If you have casings, sheaths, bracelets and other accessories, there will be no problem in using them, they will remain compatible given the change so minor.

Via | BGR

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