There is only about a month left before Apple lifts the veil on its future iPhone 7. As we approach its official presentation date, new rumors appear and most do not that confirm those that have already been issued about it.
Such is the case with this new information that the journalist Mark Gurman of the site reveals to us. Bloomberg. Recognized for having generally reliable sources, the latter has just confirmed the presence of a Touch ID touch button with haptic feedback on the new iPhone 7.
Of course, as we mentioned above, this is not completely new information since it has already been mentioned in the past. As a reminder, this technology is quite close to that of the Force Touch and it allows you to simulate pressing the Home button without having to physically press it. This would notably help improve the waterproofing and water resistance on the iPhone 7.
Meanwhile, journalist Mark Gurman also confirms other rumors in the same report. We are talking about the presence of the dual photo sensor for the iPhone 7 Plus, the removal of the antenna strips on the back, the disappearance of the 3.5 mm jack and the arrival of a second speaker.