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iPhone 7 is expected to launch in early September this year, possibly accompanied by the iPhone 7 Plus. The iPhone 7 could come with LiFi technology, it has been claimed.

LiFi is an emergent technology that, like WiFi, transmits data to and from devices wirelessly. However, while WiFi uses radio waves to achieve this, LiFi uses the visible light spectrum and can achieve 224Gb/s bi-directional data transfer – far beyond what is possible with current wireless technology.

LiFi is far from being mainstream, but there were some significant breakthroughs in 2015. Nevertheless, it still has one major drawback: whereas radio waves can travel through solid objects like walls, furniture and people, light cannot, meaning LiFi can only be used indoors and requires a specialised lightbulb in every room.

It is possible, therefore, that Apple is simply preparing for an eventual future where LiFi is more commonplace, rather than anticipating a wireless revolution taking place in the next 18 months.

The iPhone 7 is likely to launch at a special event held on 13 or 14 September, and go on sale in the UK on 23 or 24 September.

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iPhone 7 processor

In terms of hardware, it’s thought the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus will use a new A10 system-on-a-chip (SOC), the anticipated successor to the A9 SOC that powers the iPhone 6s, 6s Plus and SE.

iPhone 7 storage and RAM

In terms of storage, there are rumours of Apple upping the maximum available to 256GB and potentially culling the 16GB entry point.

The iPhone 7 and 7 Plus are expected to have at least 2GB of RAM, as seen in the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus and, according to some rumours, this could be increased to 3GB.

iPhone 7 battery life

The iPhone 7 will almost certainly feature a lithium-ion battery with a capacity of at least 1715mAh. As for the iPhone 7 Plus, battery capacity of at least 2750mAh should be expected and, according to some reports, could be bumped up to 3100mAh.

iPhone 7 casing and headphone jack

Both the iPhone 6 and 6s ranges had a classic case of “it’s not a bug, it’s a feature” – the much-hated plastic strips on the back of the phones. It’s unlikely to be in production by the time the iPhone 7 hits the shelves.