Contradicting a number of iPhone 7 rumours that have come up in the recent past, a new rumour suggests that it might not really be a wise move to upgrade to iPhone 7 which would be launched later this year.
According to a rumour from China, due to the fact that technology isn’t ready yet, Apple has now decided to delay the installation of dual-lens camera sensor on the rear of the iPhone 7 Plus or what some people call as iPhone 7 Pro.
There have been multiple rumours until date that have indicated a dual-lens camera in the larger variant of the iPhone 7 in order to bring out a better performance under low-light conditions. But then, this particular rumour from Weibo claims that the feature might not just be ready in time to be a part of the upcoming iPhone release.
The iPhone 7 and the iPhone 7 Plus will be launched in fall later this year and are expected to have redesigned antenna lines, better speakers, an obvious faster processor and probably the elimination of the standard 3.5mm audio jack.