It is being widely accepted that the iPhone 7 won’t be bringing anything exciting to the table; with the model believed to be following in the footsteps of its predecessor. But even though, credible KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo suggests that the iDevice won’t bring any “attractive” upgrades, it is difficult to not be eager for an Apple product launch.
Although we are still a few months away from the annual fall event, the speculations and rumors continue to rise. The leaks so far have indicated that the iPhone 7 happens to be a more refined version of sorts of the iPhone 6S in terms of design.
Popular graphic designer Martin Hajek has shared his concept designs of the iPhone 7 and the iPhone 7 Plus. Hajek is known for creating 3D models of unreleased Apple products by taking hints from the existing rumors and leaks. As noted by BGR, his designs have been quite accurate in the past, so give this one a good look. Head to his official website to take a peek at the designer’s version of the iPhone 7 and the iPhone 7 Plus.
He has also shared some case designs but it is the iPhone concept that could well end up being more or less the real deal. He has effectively incorporated the widely accepted rumors including the positioning of the antenna lines, dual camera on the larger variant amongst other features.
While the iPhone 7 isn’t expected to land with any epic upgrades, it is the bigger iDevice in the series that is grabbing the attention. The iPhone 7 Plus expected to land with 3GB RAM, dual camera arrangement as well as the Smart Connector. The jury is still out on the 3.5mm headphone jack but the latest render arrived sans that feature, further strengthening the prediction.
There is still time before the D-day arrives, until then keep checking back for more updates on the 3.5mm jack conundrum and other details.