A new report claims that Apple is experimenting with no fewer than five different configurations of the new iPhone 7. According to G for Games, sources in China said prototypes include features like wireless charging, dual front cameras, USB-C ports compatible with headsets, displays able to read fingerprints, and multi-Force Touch capabilities. The company is also said to be testing AMOLED displays, although most rumors estimate that technology won’t makes its way into an iPhone until 2018. The site is quick to point out that its source has been right in the past, but isn’t a “certified” Apple Insider. Still, rumors of Apple getting rid of the Home button in favor of displays that can perform Touch ID fingerprint scans anywhere on the screen date back to June, and Apple has shown an interest in AMOLED screens as far back as 2013, so even if the new configurations don’t end up in the iPhone 7, it’s believable that Apple could be testing them out. Other recent reports claim Apple is mulling doing away with the iPhone’s headphone port entirely.
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