Speculations about the iPhone 7 have been doing the rounds since last year. Until now, several reports have indicated the hardware specs and features. However, a new leak suggests the design of the iPhone 7, which is expected to be launched in September of this year.
As Apple is expected to unveil the cheaper and smaller handset iPhone 5SE at an event later this month, designs of the iPhone 7 are making rounds on the internet. The new leak suggests that the iPhone will have a bigger camera lens and a redesigned antenna line, according to 9to5Mac. Although there?s no denying that a larger camera is a significant upgrade, there?s no sign of a dual-camera setup, which was reported previously. However, TechRadar cites that the iPhone 7 Plus could have the dual-camera setup. It is worth noting that the new leaked images show iPhone 7.
Speculations are rife that Apple will be removing the headphone jack in iPhone 7 and enhance the resolution of the display and make the device even slimmer than the iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus.
It will be advisable to take this information with a pinch of salt until Tim Cook himself may reveal it later this year. As Apple has taken relatively small steps in releasing it?s iconic handsets like iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus, iPhone 7 would bring some major upgrades this year.
If Apple manages to hide the antenna line in the device somewhere else, then it will be the sleekest device on the market. In addition, a camera upgrade would be much appreciated. Meanwhile, reports are suggesting that Apple would not be launching the Macbook Air 2016 at the event, which is scheduled for later this month. Intel Skylake Processors would be introduced in the new laptops. Apart from this, the event will see the launch of iPhone 5SE, iPad Air 3 and Macbook Pro 2016.