The Apple logo shines inside of an Apple Store in New York
The Apple logo shines inside of an Apple Store in New York July 19, 2010. REUTERS

Since last year, the rumor mill has been claiming that the iPhone 7 won’t be featuring a 3.5 mm audio jack. However, the newest rumor on iPhone 7 suggests that Apple will be including a 3.5 mm headphone port on the smartphone. Moreover, it is also rumored to carry support for two SIM cards.

According to Engadget, a smartphone repair firm from China called Rock Fix has revealed images of the internal parts of the upcoming iPhone 7. It has revealed that the Lightning cable component includes a 3.5 mm audio jack. Previous rumors have suggested that Apple won’t include a 3.5 mm audio jack on iPhone 7 but would let users connect their wired headphones to the Lightning port of the smartphone.

It has revealed that the iPhone 7 will be the first iPhone to carry support for dual SIM cards. The Chinese firm has also shown that the iPhone 7 will feature a 256 GB SanDisk memory chip. Another image shows a dual camera module, a feature that is heavily pegged to arrive on the iPhone 7 Plus.

Even though the rumor mill had been claiming since the start of the year that the iPhone 7 Plus would be featuring a dual camera system, but a recent rumor had suggested that due to technical difficulties Apple has decided to cancel the feature. However, the rumor surrounding the canceling of dual camera for iPhone 7 Plus has turned out to be false as multiple sources have revealed that the tool has been already manufactured and it would be too late to cancel it.

Popular leakster, @OnLeaks has tweeted that the mass production of the 4.7-inch iPhone 7 has started slowly at the Pegatron factory. It means that the production rate of the iPhone 7 will pick up pace as the September launch date draws near. The 5.5-inch iPhone 7 Plus will be manufactured at Foxconn. However, there is no confirmation on when Apple will begin its production.