IPhone 7 Dummy Leaks With Smart Connector, Flush Camera Lens And Removed Antenna Lines

Posted: May 9 2016, 11:07am CDT | by , in News | Apple

 
iPhone 7 Dummy Leaks with Smart Connector, Flush Camera Lens and Removed Antenna Lines

Another iPhone 7 leak. This is the third iPhone 7 leak on Monday, May 9.

Another iPhone 7 leak is stirring up the iPhone 7 rumor mill this Monday. MacRumors received a photo of an alleged iPhone 7 dummy unit from an anonymous tipster. The photo shows the iPhone 7 rear with antenna lines pushed to the edges, flush camera lens and smart connector.

The smart connector has surfaced now several times on an iPhone. Nobody really knows what it would be good for. The smart connector got introduced in the iPad Pro and is used to connect the iPad keyboard.

Earlier today a new iPhone 7 schematic leaked confirming that the iPhone 7 has the same width and height as the iPhone 6S. Just hours later an iPhone 7 spy shot surfaced in Chinese media. The new iPhone 7 photo shows a more dramatic design change with rounded edges and completely hidden antenna lines.

The consensus so far is though that the iPhone 7 is not a major redesign as it would be expected for a full version number iPhone. The 10th anniversary iPhone coming in 2017 might be the reason for Apple deviating from the tick tock design cycle.

An iPhone 7 with iPhone 6S design with fixed antenna lines and camera lens is very attractive if Apple makes the iPhone 7 also waterproof on top.

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