By now if you have been following the iPhone rumor mill, chances are you’re probably caught up to speed on the rumors that this year’s iPhone won’t look too different from its predecessors. Now thanks to photos of a couple of dummy units shared by Letem svetem Appelm (via MacRumors), we have more “evidence” to suggest that the previous rumors were true.
As you can see in the photos, on the outside the iPhone doesn’t look too different from its predecessor. However the main differences would be in its antenna design which runs around the outside of the phone instead of across the back. The larger iPhone 7 Plus model also depicts the alleged dual camera setup.
One of the photos also shows the front of the iPhone and its home button. While it’s hard to tell based on this photo, the rumors are claiming that Apple will indeed be ditching the physical button in favor of a capacitive button that can simulate feedback like Force Touch/3D Touch on the Apple Watch and the MacBook’s trackpad.
However like we said, it’s a bit hard to tell from the photo if this is the new home button or if it is based on the old one. Obviously these photos aren’t the real thing as they are supposedly dummy units, but if they are any indication of the actual product, we guess there won’t be many surprises left during Apple’s official unveiling which is rumored for this coming September.
- IPS LCD
- 326 PPI
- f/1.8 Aperture