This year it is expected that the iPhone 6s will be announced, assuming that Apple’s timetable and roadmap has not changed for their iPhones. Given that this is an “S” model, there is a good chance its design will be similar to that of the iPhone 6 and that the main changes will be under its hood.
However what about the next-next-gen iPhone, the iPhone 7? What might that look like? It’s really anyone’s guess at the moment but designer Martin Hajek has decided to cook up some concept renders of what he thinks the device should look like. The images were submitted exclusively to German website Computer Bild (via BGR) and boy do they look good.
For the most part it seems that the major changes that Hajek has made to the iPhone 7 is its bezels in which he has made them as thin as possible, thus giving the illusion that its display is bigger than it really is. He has also integrated the Touch ID and home button of the phone into the display itself. We’re not sure if this is such a good idea since it does get in the way, but it’s an interesting take on the home button which has been a staple of the iPhone since the first model.
Hajek has also made some other changes in aesthetics by lighting up the Apple logo on the back of the phone and as you can see in some of the photos, the camera setup has changed and now appears to sport two lenses. It’s a pretty sweet-looking render as expected of Hajek who has churned out other Apple renders in the past, but what say you? Is this an iPhone you would buy?
- IPS LCD
- 326 PPI
- f/1.8 Aperture