Tech aficionados may have already seen a couple of good iPhone 7 concepts out there. And this recent entrant sure has a way with making the idea of the upcoming Apple flagship look seriously appealing.
The iPhone 7 design concept by German designer Arthur Reis, shows-off the flagship with a completely flat rear panel and sides. The device in the concept is all-metal and it doesn’t feature the 3.5mm jack, as noted by Phone Arena. The headphone jack, in the concept has been replaced by another speaker grill at the bottom of the device. The concept beautifully adheres to the speculations currently doing the rounds. Apple fans can watch the video of the concept here:
It has been long rumoured that the iPhone 7 may be ditching the 3.5mm headphone jack and shaving off 1mm off of the current thickness. It is expected to arrive as the sleekest one on the block. Predictions hint at an all-in-one lightening connecter to wireless beats earbuds, as a solution to doing away with the 3.5mm jack. If nothing else, iPhone 7 may bring with it some radical design changes and of course a mini-me of sorts, the 5se model expected to launch in March 2016.
As far as iPhone 7 concepts go, prior to this one, another neat design came from folks at iPhone-Tricks.com. This concept along with sharing ideas about the iPhone 7 specs also outlined what the iOS 10 should bring for Apple loyalists.
While many may agree that some of the features may not arrive until way into the future, but there is no denying it sure does look pretty. The concept delves deep into the specs and does away with the 3.5mm headphone jack as well. It shows the iPhone 7 sporting a borderless OLED display, 3000mAh battery, 3GB RAM amongst other features.
Apple loyalists can continue keep coming back for more rumours, leaks and updates on the iPhone 7.