Latest rumor about the Apple iPhone 7 says it supports dual SIM cards, and sports a headphone jack
Today, one of the earliest rumors we heard about the Apple iPhone 7 is being seriously challenged. The next iteration of the iPhone was supposedly coming to market without an earphone jack. Last month a manufacturer out of China displayed adapters that turn the Lightning port into a 3.5mm jack for heaphones. But today, a smartphone repair company known as Rock Fix, located in China, posted images of what is supposedly the Lightning cable accessory for the iPhone 7. The component still includes a headphone jack.
Other images served up by Rock Fix include a picture of what is said to be the iPhone's first dual SIM trays, a SanDisk 256GB memory chip, and a dual-camera module for the on-again rumor about the Apple iPhone 7 Plus. Check out the images in the slideshow at the bottom of this story.
Earlier this morning, we told you that the Apple iPhone 7 is now undergoing mass production at contract manufacturer Pegatron. Before you know it, September will be here and we will be turning our attention in earnest to the tenth-anniversary iPhone due out in 2017.