The new iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus are expected to launch in September, the handsets will get a new design over the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6S range.
Now it would appear that we may have information on some of the design changes that will be applied to this years iPhones.
According to a recent report, the new iPhone 7 handset will come with a flush rear camera, the current iPhone 6S camera sticks out from the back of the handset. Apple will apparently use a thinner camera module.
We heard previously that the 7 Plus would feature dual rear cameras, whether these will also sit flush to the case is not clear as yet.
Another design change to the new models is that the antenna lines on the back of the handsets will be removed, this is for the two horizontal antenna lines, the ones at the top and bottom of the device will apparently be included in the new iPhones.
We are also expecting Apple’s 2016 iPhone to come with their new A10 processor and more RAM than the current models, the devices will also feature a new version of Apple’s mobile OS, iOS 10.
Whilst these new handsets are not expected to launch until September, Apple will launch another new iPhone at a press event next month, the iPhone 5SE along with their new iPad Air 3.
Source Mac Rumors
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