iPhone 7 Plus could be called the iPhone Pro

Apple logoA rumor from last month suggested that the iPhone 7 Plus could come in a variant that sports a dual camera setup. However the rumor also claimed that this dual camera setup might only be limited to a higher-end iPhone 7 Plus, basically aimed towards users who might appreciate and be willing to pay for a higher-end iPhone as long as it could take better quality photographs.

Now according to a report from Chinese website MyDrivers (via MacRumors), it has been suggested that the device in question could be known as the iPhone Pro in a bid to distinguish itself from the rest of the iPhone 7 models that will be available, kind of like how the iPad Pro sets itself apart from the iPad mini and iPad Air lineup.

iPhone 7 Plus could be called the iPhone Pro

If you’re wondering why the iPhone Pro sounds familiar, it is because the other day a report from Forbes indicated that this could be Apple’s new naming scheme. However the report suggested that the name might be applied to the entire iPhone 7 lineup, but this report claims that it will only be applied to the dual camera iPhone 7 Plus model.

Of course you should take it with a grain of salt for now, but as more iPhone models hit the market, we expect that Apple will eventually want to start creating a new naming and branding scheme, so that it will start to look more refreshed and exciting, kind of like the rumored 4-inch iPhone SE which reportedly dropped the “5” from its moniker.

Source: Ubergizmo

Tags: Apple, iPhone, smartphones

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