It seems that Apple has developed a sort of fondness with iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. The technology giant took first major initiative by launching bigger iPhones with its 6 and 6 Plus series, which was continued with 6s and 6s Plus.

And now (hold your breath), Apple is supposedly going to follow in its own footstep. Yes, you bet! The iPhone makers are planning to roll out iPhone 7 with a similar curvaceous design that was seen in iPhone 6s and iPhone 6.

iPhone 7 Case Shows No Audio Jack

We can see from the image leaks of iPhone 7 case, which has a flat back. What more noticeable is that the case doesn’t have any space for 3.5mm headphone jack. This strengthens the rumors that Apple would ditch 3.5 mm jack in its iPhone 7 only to promote Bluetooth or lightning headphones.

From the images, it is crystal clear that there is a lightning port only at the bottom; there are two equal-width speaker grille; this indicates that iPhone 7 will have some sort of stereo sound output. We don’t see any other major change in the design apart from headphone jack.

According to industry experts, the next phone iPhone 7 may not impress people other than its nomenclature “iPhone 6s with no headphone jack”. This sums up everything – design, specifications, and features. People are also clueless on the thinness of iPhone 7 as there are no dimensions mentioned.

Rumors spread a couple of months back indicated that iPhone 7 will existing chassis style. Experts also believe that if Apple had planned to include dual camera feature on iPhone 7, the hole for the rear camera would have appeared enlarged. The case in question is for 4.7-inch iPhone; some rumors signaled that the dual-camera feature would be available only in iPhone 7 Pro, which is 5.5-inch in size. In continuation with camera feature, it is also expected that unlike the camera of iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus, the latest phone may not have a camera that bulge out; rather the camera will be flush with the body.

This news item is a rumor, which is circulated on internet by some Chinese leaks. Readers should not take this as official statement from Apple.

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