iPhone 7 Features to Include High-End Double Camera

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A patent filed by Apple hinted that iPhone 7 features may include a high end dual camera.
According to Apple Insider, a patent filed to U.S. Patent and Trademark Office entitled "Small form factor telephoto camera" gave out a clue that the iPhone 7 or other future models of the iPhone will possibly sport two rear cameras.

The patent was filed in October 2013, but it has been a practice for Apple to file patents and development the technology later on.
The tech giant filed another patent, entitled "Speech Recognition Wake-Up of a Handheld Portable Device," that claimed that Apple is developing a technology for using speech recognition as a means of unlocking a mobile device.


Meanwhile, according to Taiwanese media source DigiTimes, instead of iPhone 7, Apple will release three different phones this year. iPhone 6S and 6S Plus are purported to be the direct successors of the current iPhone 6 and 6 Plus. The tech giant will also release an inexpensive smartphone with 4 inch screen display and a follow up to the cheap iPhone 5C.
The report added that the handsets will be equipped with LTPS panels and Corning Gorilla Glass for the screen as well as to pack some features, specifically NFC and fingerprint scanning technologies.
Apple-centric website Macrumors elaborated that the iPhone 6S and 6S Plus will most likely retain their screen sizes, 4.7 inches and 5.5 inches, respectively. Moreover, the smartphones will include killer features like A9 processor, 4 GB of RAM, iOS 9 with software features such as Car Play, Apple Watch, HealthKit, and Apple Pay as well as improved Touch ID fingerprint sensor.
Meanwhile, iPhone 6C is reported to sport a 4-inch screen display with slightly less specs and features compared to the 6S series. The cheaper iPhone will pack A8 processor.

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  1. Motorola already did voice recognition wake up for the Moto X in 2013. What is the unique approach in Apple's patent?

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  2. Motorola already did voice recognition wake up for the Moto X in 2013. What is the unique approach in Apple's patent?

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