New IPhone 7 Schematics Leaks With Changed Camera Cut Out

Posted: May 9 2016, 4:09am CDT | by , Updated: May 12 2016, 12:45am CDT, in News | Apple

New iPhone 7 Schematics Leaks with Changed Camera Cut Out
Credit: @OnLeaks

Another iPhone 7 engineering schematics leaks.

The iPhone 7 is rumored to feature pretty much the same design as the iPhone 6S. A new leaked engineering schematics confirms just that. The external measurements of the iPhone 7 will be exactly identical to the iPhone 6S. The new leak does not show the thickness of the iPhone 7.

Breaking Update: New iPhone 7 Spy Shot Shows No Antenna Lines on Rear Panel.

The most interesting detail of the iPhone 7 schematic leaked by @OnLeaks is the camera cut out. It is much bigger than on the iPhone 6S and moved a bit. The first iPhone 7 schematics leaked in March, also by Steve Hemmerstoffer. The iPhone 7 designs do match. The first leak have been directly from Catcher, a partner of Apple. The new leak is a different render, but has the same characteristics.

The iPhone 7 is not going to be a major redesign, but Apple is going to fix the flaws of the iPhone 6S based on the rumors and leaks so far. The antenna lines get pushed to the edges and make the back of the iPhone 7 more attractive. The rear camera could be flush, which would be a major thing for my upgrade decision.

Apple is also expected to make the iPhone 7 waterproof and dustproof. The iPhone 7 will debut in September and needs to be a major success for Apple to get the company back on a growth path.

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