New IPhone 7 Spy Photo Shows No Antenna Lines

Posted: May 9 2016, 5:13am CDT | by , Updated: May 9 2016, 5:22am CDT, in News | Apple

New iPhone 7 Spy Photo Shows No Antenna Lines

New photos of the iPhone 7 surface in China. Are they real?

A set of three iPhone 7 photos are circulating in Chinese media. One photo shows the iPhone 7 with no visible antenna lines on the rear shell. Earlier leaks said the antenna lines move to the edges. Another design detail in the newly surfaced iPhone 7 spy shot shows an iPhone 3GS inspired design with rounded edges on the back.

The photo also shows a flush camera lens, which has been supported by leaked iPhone 7 engineering schematics. Is this new iPhone 7 photo legit? It could be fake, but it also could be real. It is hard to tell. There is no obvious tell in this image.

Chinese media including TechWeb accompanied the new leaked photo with images of a concept designs with similar looks. The report also claims that the iPhone 7 will gain 30% more battery life and the iPhone 7 Plus gains 40% more power.

The iPhone 7 has so far been rumored to not change in the design considerably. This new leaked photo would suggest otherwise. The current notion under industry experts is that the iPhone 7 is going to under deliver. Apple is supposed to make a major iPhone upgrade in 2017 with the iPhone 7S adopting OLED screen technology.

For me to upgrade from the iPhone 6S to the iPhone 7 it is sufficient for Apple to make it waterproof, improve the antenna lines and make the camera flush with the rear case. Obviously I assume the iPhone 7 is faster and has longer battery life.

Apple is expected to reveal the iPhone 7 in September.

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