One of the most intriguing rumors about the upcoming iPhone 7 is that it'll ditch the 3.5mm headphone jack ( means users will have to get audio output via Lightning or Bluetooth), dual-SIM support or increased storage.
The iPhone 7 should look like when it's more than just a bare shell covered in watermarks, look no further. NowhereElse has obtained a leaked photo that appears to offer an exceptionally clear, more complete view of Apple's upcoming handset. The snapshot of the device sample shows that, yes, the standard-sized future iPhone should have a much larger, protruding camera lens (and presumably a larger sensor) along with cleaner antenna lines. While there's no guarantees that this is exactly what Apple will launch later this year, we believe this photo was taken outside of the offices of Lite-On, a company with expertise optical and power supply technologies. It's possible that someone brought the iPhone chassis to Lite-On or a nearby firm for testing.
Apple maintained that a 16GB iPhone was enough last year, but the company might be singing a different tune in 2016.May be the next iPhone will start with 32GB of storage.