Apple iPhone 7 rendered images surface on the web

Last, a lot of information about the upcoming iPhone 7 Plus (or Pro) were leaked, like it will feature a dual camera setup and 3GB of RAM. Now, GSMArena has received exclusive Apple iPhone 7 rendered images from “a reputable source in the case-making business.” Lets have a look at them closely now.

Apple iPhone 7 renders by GSMArena

Features of Apple iPhone 7

These iPhone 7 renders are actually based on real 3D technical drawings of the device. However, the colors and materials used are not official but inspired from the iPhone 6s. Also, it is to be noted that the buttons, camera placement and all functional parts are in their correct positions since the renders are based on the technical drawings of the device. If we go by the Apple scheme of things, then the actual material (7000-series aluminium and specialized Corning Glass) will also be very similar to the previous generation iPhone.

If you look at the back of the iPhone 7, the most important visual change is that of the new antenna lines. Apple has decided to change the cutouts for the antennas. However, it still exists, in spite of customers hating them since in order to get cellular reception, you need them (no other way). Coming to the rear camera, it will have that bump (annoying though).

Apple iPhone 7 render

The iPhone 7 will be rocking two grilles at the bottom, which was earlier seen on the iPhone 5s, and one grille was used for mic only. However, it was dropped in the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus in favour of a single tiny mic. Also, bringing both the grilles back can be a sign for the stereo speakers (high time), but we are only assuming here (hope it is true). As expected, the iPhone 7 will also not come with a 3.5 mm audio jack and will instead feature a Smart Connector (possibly).

Apple iPhone 7 Family

Also, the iPhone 7 might be waterproof and sport a touch home button (rumoured to be on iPhone 7 Plus as well), but it is not confirmed yet. Apple is expected to unveil the new iPhone 7 and 7 Plus (or Pro) in September 2016.

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