There have been some reports in the recent past indicating that the Apple iPhone 7 will be the thinnest yet. However, as per the new schematics leak, the upcoming iPhone 7 and the iPhone 7 Plus will just about have the same thickness as the existing iPhone 6s. We still cannot conclude if the 3.5mm audio jack will stay or not.
A number of leaks have already confirmed that the iPhone 7 will look just as similar as the iPhone 6s with only a few changes on the rear like the redesigned antenna bands and probably the camera flash positioning.
As published by LetemSvetem Applem, the new schematics show that the new iPhones will be just as thick as the current ones. Moreover, there is also a hint in there suggesting that the 4.7-inch iPhone 7 will be a little thicker at 7.2mm instead of the existing 7.1mm thickness of iPhone 6s.
The bigger iPhone 7 Plus is likely to remain as thick as the iPhone 6s Plus at 7.3mm.
Also, there are no signs of the headphone jack at the bottom suggesting that Apple might just as well force you to buy new ones without making up for it by designing the phone less thicker and lighter.
Check out Apple iPhone 7 full specifications
Yet again, the schematic leak shows a dual-lens camera in the iPhone 7 Plus model. There is absolutely no surety on how genuine would these leaks prove out to be. We have to wait until the fall to see what actually the new iPhone would be like.
What are your expectations for the Apple iPhone 7?