iPhone 7 concept runs iOS 10, has Hexa-Core A10 processor

Apple logoApple's new iPhone 6s and 6s Plus have already beaten the weekend sales records of previous iPhone models, and there aren't a lot of other smartphones on the market capable of the same feat.

However, as spotted by BGR, designer Hasan Kaymak has published a video on YouTube with a concept iPhone 7 running iOS 10, the next iteration of Apple's mobile operating system.

In the video embedded below we can see an iPhone 7 that would put Apple's current flagship iPhone 6s Plus to shame, with a 64-bit hexa-core processor and an integrated SIM card, as well as a front side with no Home button and a Touch ID sensor integrated in the Apple logo.

We have reported about a rumored hexa-core A10 processor originating from a Chinese source, and it seems that Hasan Kaymak also got wind of it since he decided to choose it as his iPhone 7 concept's SoC (system on a chip).

iPhone 7 concept runs iOS 10

Kaymak's iPhone 7 concept also has a magnetic charging cable with a connector similar to Apple's Mag Safe Magnetic one and designed to replace the current Lightning cable introduced in 2012 and used to charge Apple's iPhone 5 and later, as well as the iPod touch 5th generation and newer, multiple iPad models, the iPod Nano, and the Apple Pencil introduced during the September 9 keynote.

The iPhone 7 concept also gets rid of the plastic antenna line which makes it a lot more appealing, because it eliminates a design feature that shouldn't have been there in the first place.

Furthermore, in Kaymak's vision, the future iPhone 7 will come with a 24-megapixel camera, 3 GB of RAM and a 3000 mAh battery that should keep it alive for at least a couple of days.

Source: Softpedia

Tags: Apple, iPhone, smartphones

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