The leaked factory CAD data that surfaced yesterday has been used to generate a 3D animated video showing the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus from all sides. Watch the video below.
Yesterday @OnLeaks released images based of leaked factory CAD files showing the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus. Now as teased, @OnLeaks, aka Steve Hemmerstoffer and uSwitch have released a 1 minute long video generated from the CAD data.
The video shows the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus from all sides. Watch the video below. There is no reason to believe that the data is fake, but there is always the possibility that this is not the final iPhone 7 or iPhone 7 Plus. Most rumors though are supported what we see here in the 3D render video of the iPhone 7. uSwitch states that the leaked CAD files are from January of 2016. Apple could still have made changes.
Contrary to earlier rumors, the iPhone 7 will not be flush on the rear panel. The camera lenses will stick out again as it does on the iPhone 6S. Missing is the 3.5mm headphone jack. It is a back and forth with that. A leaked component confirmed the headphone jack. The presence of the smart connector on the iPhone 7 Plus render is the only thing that raises a red flag about these CAD files. Has Apple really a use case for this connector on an iPhone?
The good news is that the iPhone 7 Plus has a dual lens camera in the CAD drawing, while the iPhone 7 has a bigger lens than the iPhone 6S. The dimensions of the iPhone 7 are exactly the same of the iPhone 6S according to the CAD data.
The overall design is similar to the iPhone 6S. The CAD drawing is not showing the antenna lines.
It is almost save to say that the iPhone 7 will be only slightly different from the iPhone 6S. The 10th anniversary iPhone coming in 2017 is likely to blame for this, as I have outlined earlier this week.
The 2017 iPhone is likely not being called iPhone 7S, but will have its own major number. Rumors say the 10th anniversary iPhone adopts a glass design and for the first time an OLED display.
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Apple is also expected to make the iPhone 7 waterproof and dustproof. The iPhone 7 will debut in September.