Check Out These Impressively Made Illustrations of iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus


I appreciate the design language of Apple’s iPhones (although I consider the Xperia smartphone design to be the best out there), and these illustrations of iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus show that while there’s a high chance the company isn’t going to be making any drastic changes from the outside, it will still look more than acceptable to our eyes.

These Graphic Illustrations of iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus Look Absolutely Marvelous

Graphics illustrator @iMosa3da should be given a two thumbs for his efforts in making these impressive images of iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus. The exclusive dual-camera feature can clearly be seen on Apple’s iPhone 7 Plus, along with its smaller 4.7-inch counterpart, which might not feature a dual-camera, but at least it will come with an OIS chip. There’s another illustration where there’s a reflective panel present on the iPhone 7 Plus, but we’re not sure if the graphic designer intended to make it appear that the device has a plastic casing strapped on or not.

The antenna lines are exactly how we have covered in our previous reports, so there is definitely going to be some distinction between the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus, and the upcoming family. However, there’s no mention of the iPhone 7 badge at the backside of the iPhones, but it’s possible that Apple places it in the final product. Unfortunately, there’s no angle which shows the top of both iPhones, which means that we cannot conclude if the handsets are going to come with or without a 3.5mm headphone jack.

The rumor mill strongly suggests that the 3.5mm headphone jack will be omitted from the equation, with Steve Wozniak even commenting that this will lead to severe customer backlash if Apple goes through with this. However, the hardware specifications are something that will create a nice little performance gap between iPhone 7 and iPhone 6s. We’ve reported that in addition to being IPX7 certified, the A10 chipset, which is manufactured exclusively on TSMC’s 16nm FinFET node will feature a dual-core processor running at 2.40GHz.

Apple’s official announcement is going to kick off tomorrow, so we’ll update you on all the information that you need to know.