Latest Alleged iPhone 7 Image Set Shows Spaceship Design, Dual Camera & More


The iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus have been very efficient in following their predecessors. The upcoming flagships from Cupertino will resemble their predecessors vastly in terms of design. Furthermore, when it comes to leaks and rumors, they haven't disappointed either. Over the course of 2016, we've seen an ample amount of design and specification leaks surrounding the devices. These give us good idea of what to expect in less than a month. Today, some more alleged images have surfaced from the far East. If you're eager to know what the upcoming flagships will be offering in terms of design, head over below.

Latest Set Of Alleged iPhone 7 And iPhone 7 Plus Images Confirm Earlier Leaks; Provide Little Updates

When it comes to Apple, the post-Cook era was known for its secrecy. Every device launch had users on the edge of their seats, eager to know what changes Cupertino had planned. Now, with the advent of the rumor mill, secrecy is a thing of the past. We've seen upcoming iPhones surface online consistently over the past couple of years, and the iPhone 7 is not an exception to this rule either.

Courtesy of countless design, blueprint and render leaks, we've got a good idea of what to expect on the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus. These have also generated a lot of clones in China, which end up showing how the final product from Apple will look like. Today, some more of these images have surfaced. These sum up what's leaked so far. The iPhone 7 and the iPhone 7 Plus will follow their predecessors in terms of spaceship design.

They should also come with redesigned antenna bands and a dual camera for the larger variant. Both of these features can be seen in today's image set. What you can't see however are the bottom of the device. It's where the next 'big' change on the iPhone will surface. According to countless sources, Apple should remove the 3.5mm earphone jack this year. Disappointingly however, it won't be replaced with an additional speaker set.

These won't be the only changes on the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus. Reportedly, the pair will also eliminate 16GB as base storage capacity. For 2016's iPhones, storage will start at 32GB, which should entice a lot users to upgrade. Other sources are also claiming a memory upgrade to 3GB, but that's highly debatable for now. As always, we'd advise you to take everything with a grain of salt until actual device launches. Thoughts? Let us know what you think in the comments section below and stay tuned for the latest.