Though there are numerous smartphones out month-over-month, Apple’s iPhones are the only smartphones that never compromises us and still excite people with its own style. We’ve been treated to multiple rumors about the upcoming iPhone 7 and 7 Plus, but it’s a rare occurrence to see leak photos or even sketches of the upcoming iPhones. Apple is very particular about this, and will never let the news get out of its lab.
There are only a few days left to take the wraps off its brand new phone of the year, which is scheduled to hold on March 21, the excitement around the company’s iPhone 7 and 7 plus are far more eagerly anticipated. However, today, a fresh leak from a source with a proven track record has revealed what he claims to be the early sketches of iPhone 7.
The new iPhone 7 looks similar to iPhone 6 and has the same shape and design except some tweaks. Previous leaks claimed that antenna stripes would be covered with a special coating; however, Apple has repositioned the stripes to the very edge of the phone.
Another noticeable thing is its bigger camera lens, indeed. It appears Apple has done a lot of work on the camera module, apparently a new camera module with a faster aperture and larger sensor. Previous leaks, however, suggests the camera bump will be ditched on the new iPhone 7, but it appears to remove the camera lens bump (almost?) completely.
Some leaks have reported that the bigger iPhone 7 plus will have a dual-camera setup, and it still remains a mystery game because the alleged image pertains to the 4.7-inch iPhone 7.
At this point, we don’t have a clear picture about the innards of the phone, but we are expected to see more leaks over the next few months. As usual, Apple will be unveiling the new iPhone 7 and 7 Plus in September until then let guess the cards on the table. Joker?