Stunning iPhone 7 Render Features On-Display Touch ID Button [Video]
Everyone loves a good concept video, and if that video happens to be of a new iPhone or iPad then people really love them. The Apple Watch is just starting out in its life of increasingly strange concept videos, but it’s the venerable iPhone that is the latest to get a new concept from the prolific Martin Hajek.
With renderings and designs by COMPUTER BILD too, the concept video looks gorgeous to say the least and aims to give us an idea of what the iPhone 7 could look like. It probably won’t, so let’s not be getting our hopes up too high just yet, but you never do know.
The most striking part of the concept iPhone that is shown off throughout the 2-minute video is its glowing Apple logo, which is something that has appeared in concept videos before and even managed to be rumored for actual shipping products in the past too. We’re not sure we like the idea of such a thing ourselves, and with Apple seemingly moving away from its iconic glowing logo in the newest MacBooks we aren’t sure anyone at Apple is in any rush to bring one to the iPhone any time soon.
Beyond that logo you’ll also notice a mysterious dual-lens camera system which could offer improved depth of field photography or even 3D, while the Home button appears to have been moved to the screen rather than sitting underneath it in this concept. Whether that would be a soft button with some sort of Foce Touch component is anyone’s guess, but we do fancy such a thing to arrive at some point in the future. Whether that’s next year or not though, we wouldn’t want to guess.