Going by various reports, iPhone 7 will look quite similar to the iPhone 6s. Apart from a few changes like Smart Connector, Dual-lens camera, and redesigned antennae bands, the next-gen iPhone won’t have anything more to show up.
Designer Mathijs Schrauwen has come up with hot iPhone 7 renderings running just announced iOS 10. Schrauwen’s designs reveal the dual-lens camera along with a horizontally aligned flash. The redesigned antennae bands are also visible on the back of the device.
However, Schrauwen has presented the iPhone 7 renderings in space gray look. Recently, a report had suggested that Apple is to drop the space gray in favor of deep or dark blue color.
The slide to unlock feature has been removed in iOS 10 and the sole focus has been given on Touch ID. This change seems to confirm that the upcoming iPhone will have a touch-sensitive Home button.
A report had also claimed that the tech giant is to remove physical Home button and implement touch-sensitive Home button.
In line with the report, the designer has introduced iPhone with the touch-sensitive Home button. The 3.5mm headphone jack has also been removed in the concept images of the iPhone.
Unlike before, there is not much excitement for the next-gen iPhone owing to lack of all new features. Not so surprisingly, the 2017 iPhone is reported to come with a new design along with plenty of stunning features.
The edge-to-edge display, fingerprint sensor and front camera embedded in the touchscreen are some of the major features which are expected to come with iPhone 8.
A number of tech experts have predicted that iPhone sales in 2016 will continue to drop due to various reasons such as very few new features and huge inflation in China.
The next-gen iPhone is expected to launch this fall along with Apple Watch, MacBook Pro and more.