Stated style drawing of iPhone 7 exhibits similar peak & thickness to iPhone 6s

A stated style drawing of the iPhone 7 exhibits similar measurements towards the iPhone 6s. The drawing (found entirely below) exhibits just the peak and thickness, not the level, therefore doesn’t shed anymore lighting about the ‘headset jack or no headset port’ issue.

The drawing was published by German website NWE by having an @onleaks watermark, therefore has good qualifications, although obviously neither could be sure it’s real. It’s an extremely fundamental drawing that might be super easy to produce.

The drawing does display another little depth …

The camera contact cutout is somewhat bigger than that of the iPhone 6/6s, that could possibly show a bigger indicator. Both dimension and placement are in line with earlier proposed framework pictures in the same source, which additionally confirmed the camera cutout nearer to the part of the phone.

It’s been recommended the iPhone 7 Plus could get a double-camera program, but – if accurate – this seems to be a function distinctive towards the bigger design.

It’s difficult to inform a lot of concerning the style from this type of raw drawing, however the general form of the phone exhibits exactly the same curved sides whilst the 6/6s, that will be in line with KGI Protection expert Ming-Chi-Kuo’s current study note recommending the iPhone 7 might have ‘no appealing improvements’ over current versions.

There has been inconsistent reviews on whether Apple may dump the 3.5mm headset port in support of Lightning and Wireless, similarly on whether or not it’ll obtain the Wise Connection present in the iPad Pro.

You’ll find further iPhone 7 protection in our roundup of a week ago’s leading stories.


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