Could This Be The Next IPhone?

Posted: Jun 2 2015, 7:41am CDT | by , Updated: Jun 2 2015, 8:31am CDT , in Apple


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Could This be The Next iPhone?
DeviantArt / studiomonroe

Recent Renders from DeviantArt shows stunning new design for the iPhone 7 with edge to edge display

Every year we see different people coming up with their own designs and imaginations as to what people expect from next iPhone. Apple is due to announce a new model of the iPhone later this year in September and it could be two iPhones just like last year. But, we never know and you just can't say anything for sure when it's about the future plans of Apple.

Recently posted images or renders of the iPhone 7 published on DeviantArt by user studiomonroe shows a stunning design with edge to edge display and no physical buttons. The first thing you will notice in these concept images is that it features a bezel less beautiful and well crafted display.

The display is also found to be curved on the edges, leaving a bit of glare, which was a major problem found in the Galaxy S6 edge variant. Another thing that was worth noticing in the concept image was the absence of the home button which means absence of the Touch ID Sensor.

Well, Apple wouldn't downgrade its iPhone and that's what the publisher kept in mind and thus added the Force ID Sensor.Appleā€™s own patent has recently revealed the mechanism of the Force Touch, a sensor that will be built inside the display, which is expected to feature in the future iOS devices.

It's hard to say if Apple would be ready to make these changes to its upcoming iPhone, let it be iPhone 6S or iPhone 7. But for a moment look at these images and without a doubt this would be different from the conventional iPhone that we have seen since the birth of the iPhone.

See also the iPhone 7 renders from Martin Hajek.

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