A lot has been said and written about the purported iPhone 7, which could be launched later this year, just before the holiday season. While keeping in view the growing market for the high-end phones, Apple will be reluctant to lose their market share to other competitors such as Samsung and Xiaomi.
This alone push the release date of the iPhone 7 ahead of the Galaxy Note 5, which is expected to launch at this year's IFA Berlin tech show in September.
Anyway, Apple won't announce its much-awaited iPhone 7 until later this year, but that's not stopping designers from envisioning the upcoming device.
A designer named Martin Hajek and German publication ComputerBild have envisioned an iPhone 7 concept that brings the iPhone 7 concept into the centre stage. This new iPhone 7 concept has the same simple design similar to the iPhone 6. There are, however, some major changes the designer has made.
First up, the iPhone 7 concept phone shows a bezel-less display where the device has an edge-to- edge screen. Furthermore, the Touch ID home button has been ducked into the screen, which seemed to be a nice idea.
The iPhone 7 concept images also show off the rear back of the handset with a light up Apple logo for design purposes, and as you can see in some of the concept photos, the camera setup has changed and now appears to sport two lenses.
Martin Hajek‘s iPhone 7 concept is undoubtedly looks so closer to the reality, we can all agree on that.
Concepts are a part of leaks and rumours, they do a pretty decent job at keeping the gossip alive.