The iPhone 7: Not that boring after all?

The upcoming version of the iPhone hasn't been unveiled yet, but Apple is already being criticized for being too conservative in its strategy for its next model. A recent Wall Street Journal report indicated the iPhone 7 – or whatever it will be branded – will offer only modest modifications as Apple keeps its powder dry and develops a more dramatically updated phone to launch in 2017.

BGR takes a hard look at the recent leaks and rumors, though, and questions whether the next iPhone really will be all that boring. The device is said to have a faster and more powerful processor, a thinner housing and twice as much storage, among other things. That may not be enough to get some hardcore Apple fans to stand and applaud, but it may be enough to help the company regain the momentum it seems to have lost with its latest models. Article

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