KGI Securities, an analyst with past form for correctly guesstimating future Apple technology releases, has outed more on what it expects Apple to offer come iPhone 7 reveal day, including the amazing fact that it might come in not just one but two types of black.
KGI says there might be a model that comes in the traditional glossy "piano black" option, sold alongside a newer, blacker model said to be described by Apple as "dark black." Perhaps it'll be a matte black, or will have more blacker bits and buttons, or might come with a black cable and in a black box. That's got to be worth an extra £60.
The analyst also says we should expect to see five colours of iPhone 7 in total, with an entry level storage capacity of 32GB joined by 128GB and 256GB options for the big spenders who photograph all the foodstuffs they go near. An iPhone 7 Plus will come with 3GB of RAM and the posh new dual camera system, they say, while the smaller model will come with 2GB; with the show powered by an A10 processor clocked as high as 2.45GHz.
And it might all be IP-rated for water resistance, whether or not Apple chooses to advertise it as such. [MacRumors]