Apple’s big iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus announcement and subsequent release is likely to be just a few short months away, which means leaks are beginning to bubble up to the surface quite regularly. That’s a good thing for us, and it’s an even better thing for the folks that know how to make a good render representation of what the next iPhone may look like. Martin Hajek is one of those people, and he has released a handful of renders that show Apple’s unannounced iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus based on what we already know, or at least suspect the real things will look like.
That means that the headphone jack is gone in these renders, the larger 5.5-inch “Plus” variant of iPhone 7 is shown to sport a dual-camera system on the rear along with Smart Connector, and the antenna lines have also been removed to some extent.
While there have been some reports doing the rounds that suggest Apple will include a stereo speaker system with the next iPhone, Hajek has stuck with the single, mono solution that Apple has used ever since the original iPhone’s big debut. We think he might be right, too.
The quality of Hajek’s renders is never in question, so all that’s left to wonder is whether the renders themselves are likely to be anything like the real thing slated for a reveal this September.
Leaks and rumors are great fun for those of us who keep up, but they also mean that there is plenty of noise to wade through in order to find the real information. With that in mind, it’s always possible these renders will be nothing like what Apple announces. Time will tell.
4.7-inch iPhone 7 with case.
Apple is expected to announce the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus in September, with a whole new design expected for the iPhone 8 next year. If that is the case, Apple looks set to skip the S model for the first time.
5.5-inch iPhone 7 Plus with case.
(Source: Martin Hajek)
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