Technical difficulties put the kibosh on a dual camera setup for the Apple iPhone 7 Plus/Pro?

Technical difficulties put the kibosh on a dual camera setup for the Apple iPhone 7 Plus/Pro?
Those expecting to purchase a new Apple iPhone 7 Plus/Pro later this year, might want to take this new rumor into consideration. A posting today on China's Weibo micro-blogging site says that due to technical difficulties, Apple has decided to put the kibosh on the dual camera feature for this year's iPhone.

Many had been expecting the Apple iPhone 7 Plus/Pro to carry two 12MP cameras on the back, with the extra sensor used for optical zooming. Most leaked images of the phone, schematics and other images included the dual camera setup. But Foxconn insiders who have taken to Weibo to spread the news, say that the dual cameras are no longer on the table.

If the dual camera setup is no longer being considered for the iPhone 7 Plus/Pro, there might not be that many new features on the next iteration of the iPhone to attract buyers. Yet, Apple is confident as it ordered 72 million to 78 million iPhone 7 units for this year, well above analysts' expectations. 

We do recommend that you take this news with a grain of salt.

via: Mobipicker

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