iPhone 7 Rumors, News: The Hottest Speculations Rounded Up

It's been months since the iPhone 6 and the iPhone 6 Plus from Apple, Inc. has come out and truth be told, some reactions somewhat leaned into the negative side. People can be heard openly talking about its huge, impractical size, its "bendability" and its poor battery life, just to name a few.

The talks about the recently-released devices have yet to die down. But now, there's already whispers hanging in the air pointing out the next iPhone – the iPhone 7. Here's what we've heard so far.

First off, there are speculations strongly suggesting that the next reiteration will actually be a "transparent phone."

iPhone7info said in their report that the "transparent phone" concept has already been filed for patent by the Cupertino-based tech giant.

They went on to say that the possible material to be used is sapphire crystal; thanks to it scratch-free nature. They however said that though the material is actually inflexible, developments could be made in order for it to be fully utilized.

"The patent Apple filed was described as sapphire and transparent display made through alumina powder liquid-metal process," as stated by the media outlet.

Meanwhile, KDramaStars reported an "over the top" information that the alleged iPhone 7 could be "launched this year."

The website cited Morgan Stanley Analyst, Katy Huberty, who implied that Apple is now considering the possibility of launching multiple products within a year.

"Her statement was timely released after a meeting with Apple CEO Time Cook and CFO Peter Oppenheimer," the site maintained. "According to Huberty, this development which can be likened to the quick release of the iPad 3 and 4, might also up the ante in iPhone updates and releases."

Overall projections for the iPhone 7 included a much better battery life, higher camera MPs, sturdier design, and a "built-in projector."

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