New details on the iPhone 7 have been leaked ahead of this week's reveal event
It will be a lot more powerful...
The iPhone 7 is set to be released at a special event later this week but details of the new phone have already been revealed according to a new report from KGI Securities.
KGI Securities' Ming-chi Kuo has been predicting details on Apple hardware for years with a impressive degree of accuracy and he released more research over the weekend about the new iPhone.
The phone itself will be available in five colours with the existing rose gold, gold, and silver models as well as the introduction of dark black version and a piano black model.
However, it is inside the phone where the big change comes with the addition of an A10 processor which will provide a significant speed bump up to 2.4 or 2.45GHz compared to the last model's A9 chip which produced 1.85GHz.
Apple have been focusing heavily on their cameras with recent versions of the iPhone and the new iPhone 7 is no different with the addition of a dual-lens camera system. The new camera will have optical zoom, a wide-angle camera and a telephoto camera, as well as a new flash to improve low-light photography.
In terms of storage, there will be no 16GB model with the base level being 32GB as well as 128GB and 256GB models.
As predicted there will be no headphone jack but Apple will include a set of EarPod headphones with a lightning connector as well as a headphone jack adapter which will allow you to use your old headphones.
The official announcement on the iPhone 7 will be announced on September 7 at a special event.