iPhone 7 design tipped to have flush camera and ditch some antenna bands

Shane McGlaun - Feb 3, 2016, 5:00am CST
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iPhone 7 design tipped to have flush camera and ditch some antenna bands

Some new rumors about the design of the iPhone 7 are making the rounds this week. The iPhone 7 isn’t expected to launch until September at the earliest. The new rumors suggest that the phone will get a slight change on the outside to make it look only slightly different from the iPhone 6 and 6s pictured above.

The design changes are said to include a flush camera. The iPhone 6 and 6S cameras protruded slightly from the body of the smartphone. The new iPhone 7 design is also said to eliminate the antenna band that runs under the camera across the back of the smartphone.

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The antenna bands that run across the sides and top of the smartphone will reportedly stay. Other than those two design changes, the iPhone 7 design will look very much like the current devices. The protruding camera is able to go flush thanks to a thinner camera module.

Previous rumors continue to suggest that the iPhone 7 Plus might have a dual lens rear camera, but the smaller iPhone 7 is expected to have a traditional camera design. It’s unclear for now if the iPhone 7 will be thinner than the current devices.

SOURCE: MacRumors


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