New IPhone 7 CAD Renders Surface On Chinese Social Media

Posted: Jul 6 2016, 3:15am CDT | by , in News | Apple


New iPhone 7 CAD Renders Surface on Chinese Social Media
Credit: guofen1225 / QQ

Another set of iPhone 7 CAD renders surfaced, confirming previous CAD designs.

I admit it. I am excited about the iPhone 7. It is not a complete redesign, but the leaked CAD renders show a very refined iPhone 6S that is going to look much better than the iPhone 6S. If the rumors are true about a black color option, I am completely happy.

Today, Steve Hemmerstoffer (aka OnLeaks) published a series of new iPhone 7 CAD based renders he spotted on Chinese social media platform QQ. The renders resemble Hemmerstoffer's iPhone 7 CAD renders he leaked weeks ago.

These new iPhone 7 renders confirm once more the larger iPhone 7 camera lens, dual lens camera option and the absence of a 3.5mm headphone jack. One of my favorite details of the iPhone 7 design besides the antenna lines is the way the camera lens mount emerges out of the aluminum body. This is os much better looking than the metal ring on the iPhone 6S.

The iPhone 7 will be the best of the iPhone 6 series. there is still a chance that Apple is not calling it iPhone 7. Next year Apple is expected to introduce a major new iPhone design to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the iPhone. The 2017 iPhone will likely not be called iPhone 7S. Either Apple is going to skip a the S step next year or invents something now for this year's iPhone.

We will know in September. This is when Apple is going to announce the new iPhone 7.

Features of the iPhone 7 include A10 CPU, 32GB,128GB, 256GB storage options, water-proof, second speaker, new camera and dual lens camera on the iPhone 7 Plus. The screen sizes and measurements will stay the same.

Apple is finally raising the base storage option from 16GB to 32GB in the iPhone 7.

The iPhone 7 will ship with the new iOS 10.

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