A leaked image of the rear shell of Apple’s forthcoming iPhone 7 has given us the clearest look yet at what we can expect from the 2016 update to Cupertino’s bestselling smartphone.
For the first time, we’ve been able to see the iPhone 7 in a crisp photo, rather than a quickly taken blurrycam shot.
The picture shows that, in line with countless rumours, Apple has ditched the ugly plastic antenna bands found on the back of the iPhone 6s, giving the device a cleaner finish.
The space for the camera lens is wider, but appears to have space only for a single lens. The larger iPhone 7 Plus is said to feature a more powerful, dual lens effort.
The flush bottom of the device also suggests there is no room for a standard 3.5mm headphone jack. Apple has long been rumoured to be getting rid of the headphone slot in order to slim down the iPhone.
It’s a move which has already attracted the ire of consumers, 300,000 of whom have signed a petition against the plans.
Apple will launch the iPhone 7 at a special event in September.