People aren’t stupid, but even smart people can be misled, and misleading is what the recent deluge of “iPhone 7 will be boring” nonsense will turn out to be, once Apple takes the wraps of its new, hyper-connected device. Here’s what we know:4 big talking pointsclouds 616122 1920Master Class: 3 ways to fast-track your journey to the cloud (with podcast and video)Listen, watch and learn as FCC CIO David Bray explains how to leverage change agents when pivoting toRead NowThe complex device is reportedly already in production, from here it seems likely the biggest iPhone 7 talking points will be: Processor speed Camera improvements Headphones Battery lifeProcessor speedApple is expected to shove a version of its new A10 series processor inside its new iPhone. This is going to be a very big deal indeed, as the A10 chip appears to be at least as fast as the A9X processor you’ll find inside an iPad Pro, itself a souped-up version of the A9 inside iPhone 6S phones. What this means is the new iPhones will be not only the most high performance smartphone you can get, but will stay that way for years as no one else has anything that comes close to this in real world tests. Take a look at these GeekBench figures for some indication of how much of a performance boost this provides. Then take an estimate at how much faster next-gen iPad Pro products might become while you think about what apps you need to use a Mac to run. These 64-bit performance demons will deliver plenty of horsepower, with the software and graphics you need to back that up.Camera improvementsGraphics are already good enough, so how can Apple convince you its new improvements are essential? Simples. The new iPhones are going to carry all-new camera technologies combining third party and proprietary Apple imaging research in order that the iPhone 7 will remain the camera you want with you all the time.