Apple iPhone 7: Here Are All The Design Changes Coming!

    Apple has recently launched its cheaper 4-inch handset - the iPhone SE and will be available early April in India. 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.

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    With noticeable difference in the design of iPhone 7, we have listed some of the major design changes. Have a look at the slider below to know more.


    One of the most controversial rumor of all is that iPhone 7 will not have headphone jack. If the rumor tends to be true, then the iPhone 7 will be a thinner device than the 0.27-inch of iPhone 6. While, removing the headphone jack could also have a knock-on effect on hardware and a second speaker has also been touted as a possible new resident of the new space inside the phone.


    Leaks so far have suggested that the iPhone 7 will have a new camera setup with potential new hardware as well as design. Rumors have pointed to a potential dual-camera on iPhone 7, which will feature a camera module with two apertures.


    The antenna bands which loop around the back of the iPhone 6 are tipped to be replaced by a much simpler setup. The bands should still be present, but only running around the top and bottom edges of the device.


    Despite these many rumored changes, the overall design and feel of the iPhone 7 will have quite similar to the iPhone 6s, with the same screen sizes and curved aluminum body design and curved glass edges.


    After all the rumors that the iPhone 7 will come without a headphone jack, a photograph of allegedly Apple-made EarPods with a Lightning port connector.


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