We’ve been hearing a lot about how Apple’s is adamant of installing a dual-camera setup at the rear side of its iPhone 7 Plus. Unfortunately, due to unforeseen events, it would appear that Apple has no choice but to withdraw from this option altogether, because of some technical difficulties. This update comes from a Chinese analyst from Weibo, who suggests that Foxconn assemblers, which have been the chief iPhone assembler for Apple, have stated that since the technology is currently too immature, not to mention that it has become rather difficult for them due to the complications it presents, the dual-camera feature might have to be cancelled.
However, if you would notice Apple’s 3D Touch display present on iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus, even this technology is immature as well and with the constant support of developers, and of course through app and software updates, such a feature will have better use only in the future. The same goes for dual-camera functionality; just because the entire industry is not willing to accept their arrival does not necessarily mean that it should be not considered.
Apple did the same with its USB-C port when it first came with the 2015 12-inch MacBook and several phone and notebook manufacturers are aiming to make this particular port a part of the hardware. Regardless, if the supply chain has stated that there are some difficulties that have sprouted, then Apple might not have a choice but to go along with it. However, there are other things to look forward to if you’re certain that you’ll be upgrading to the upcoming iPhone 7 Plus.
A better performing and efficient chipset, named Apple A10 will be listed as the hardware, and because an iPhone 7 Plus features a larger screen, it will have a larger battery, and even more internal storage. Reports coming in suggest that iPhone 7 Plus will be shipped out in the 256GB storage model as well, which is something that consumers who have difficulty managing their storage will welcome greatly.