It’s only July and the iPhone 7 isn’t due to be released for almost three months. Yet the iPhone 7 leaks keep on coming, with a new set of images getting up close and personal with every inch of the iPhone 7’s housing thanks to alleged 3D technical drawings of the handset.
French site NowhereElse, a regular source of accurate iPhone leaks so far, obtained the following images from unnamed Asian sources. The renders suggest the exact same thing as countless leaks before them: The iPhone 7 design sticks very close to the iPhone 6s, which will make it a “boring” update in terms of design.
That said, there are numerous design that will help you tell the iPhone 7 and iPhone 6s apart. The most obvious one will be the removal of the headphone jack, which will be replaced be a second speaker if these images are accurate.
There’s also a bigger camera on the back for the 4.7-inch iPhone 7, and a dual lens shooter on the iPhone 7 Plus. The antenna lines are getting a well-deserved makeover, too. Instead of four antenna lines in total, we’re going to have just two of them running along the top and bottom edges on the back of the handset.
One other major feature the iPhone 7 is supposedly going to get is a new home button, other reports have claimed, but unfortunately it’s not clear in these new leaked renders.
That said, check out these new iPhone 7 3D drawings for yourself below.