According to two reports that DigiTimes and MacRumors published seem to focus on the iPhone 7’s camera and antenna bands. It is said that the latter will still remain on the September phone, but not on the rear side, while the dual rear cameras will be flattened compared to the 6 and 6s series.
According to DigiTimes, Largan Technology and a few other companies have sent dual-lens camera test samples to Apple for the upcoming iPhone 7. In addition, if DigiTimes is right about the dual cameras, the rumor that accurate analyst Ming-Chi Kuo noted about the two iPhone 7 Plus versions coming out, with one using a single iSight rear-facing camera while the other uses two, could be true.
The second version of the iPhone 7 Plus is noted to take advantage of imaging algorithms that Apple acquired through the purchase of camera tech company LinX Imaging back in 2015.
Furthermore, according to MacRumors, the source has received information from another publication site that is said to be reliable, which notes that the iPhone 7 will not have any antenna bands on the back, but on the sides, top and bottom (as seen below, courtesy of MacRumors). This design with the antenna bands removed from the rear would allow for a clearer look on the back
The iPhone 7’s body or chassis is rumored to stay the same, and resemble the iPhone 6 and 6s, while featuring a few minor changes in its outer hardware design. Lastly, the iPhone 7 lineup is rumored to come out during the yearly September event, and will not sport the 3.5mm headphone jack, but will feature a waterproof design, and wireless charging.
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