The iPhone 7 will have a new 2.4GHz processor and wide-colour imagery capabilities alongside a host of other improvements.
This is according to a report from KGI, which previously revealed information on what upgrades the Apple Watch 2 will receive.
Both the iPhone 7 and the iPhone 7 Plus will include a new 2.4GHz processor, but the Plus model will also include 3GB of RAM, most likely to support its new dual-camera feature.
Bigger is better
The screen sizes will remain the same, but the display is said to be able to render wide-colour imagery, like the iPad Pro.
Storage is also seeing a redesign, with the 16GB and 64GB models being dropped in favour of 32GB, 128GB, and 256GB models.
Of course, none of this is confirmed, and we’ll only find out what the new iPhones and Apple Watches are capable of after Apple’s event on 7 September.