Apple is reportedly gearing up to launch its 4-inch iPhone at an event later this month. But, rumors and leaks of iPhone 7 rumors and leaks are making a buzz. The latest leak hints that Apple is like to ditch the 3.5mm headphone jack in its iPhone 7.
However, a new image posted by a tipster @Onleaks on Twitter shows the cover from all sides. The leaked iPhone 7 case shows cutout for the rear camera, charging port, speakers, power button, and volume buttons are visible. But there is no cut out for the headphone jack.
The port in the middle of leaked image is for Lightning connector and there are two equal-width cutouts for speaker grilles. Well, rest of the design seems to be similar to the iPhone 6 and the iPhone 6s models. However, here are some of the concept designs we came across, have a look at the slider to know more.
The concept design of iPhone 7 shows wireless connectivity, for both acoustics and power usage.
This concept is actually a follow-up of the full screen iPhone with no bezels. The concept image shows no home button, but looks like it the designer make it a virtual one.
Rounded Rear Design
This concept shows a rounded rear back with an edge-to-edge display and Smart Connector at the bottom instead of Lightning port. The home button is also got eliminated and the fingerprint scanner is now integrated within the display.
4.7 Inch Display
The handset shown in the concept image seem to have the general iPhone format, also places the Home Button lower and makes the edges thinner. The overall design brings the iPhone 4 look a bit.
Too Thin Concept
This is one skinny iPhone and not only is it ultraslim, but it's also covered with glass at the front. Interestingly, the upper and lower part of the glass mimic the older design approach, with a top and bottom bezel.
Less Bezel, Larger Display
The iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus have been given a new series of concepts. The main idea here is as follows: less bezel, larger screen and the same body size.
The concept shows a metallic slab, without a plastic cutouts for antenna. The handset is quite slim with very narrow bezels and home button.
No Home Button, Edge-to-Edge Display
The 2016 iPhone as a product inspired by the Apple Watch, particularly in the UI department. The iPhone 7 concept features an edge-to-edge screen.
The device is curved upfront and at the back and seems almost cylindrical. The concept image shows dual back speakers, a very discrete back camera and another pair of speakers at the bottom.
Rounded Top And Bottom
The concept uses premium materials, like glass and metal. This model is slimmer and a bit more seamless than the current gen iPhone. The real innovation here is the rounded top and bottom and somehow this model is a bit closer to the iPhone 4 and iPhone 5.