Apple’s iPhone 7 – tipped to be released in September 2015 – is rumoured to include a built-in projector, as well as a host of other new features.
The successor to the recently released iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus will also boast an improved battery pack created from ‘organic materials’ alongside the mini projector.
The battery – which will replace the current Li-on batteries used in the Apple smartphones – will provide the device with longer battery life.
The projector, meanwhile, will allow users of the iPhone 7 to project videos,
Another new solution has been released for iPhone and iPod users who want to be able to expand photos and videos through a projector onto a flat surface.
Sapphire Technologies has launched a new mini projector, which is usable with an iPhone and with any PC or video camera.
The Mini Projector 101, transforms images from these devices into projections of up to 65 inches across. As a result, this device is a must for anyone looking for a compact, lightweight solution to enable them to show off their photographs and videos.
The projector weighs just 103 grams and is powered