Some alleged renders of the iPhone 7 chassis have been leaked by one of the sources of Nowhereelse.fr. As rumors have pointed out so far, the iPhone 7 will sport a design similar to the current generation iPhones, minus the antenna lines and with some minor ergonomic tweaks here and there.
The leaked renders of the iPhone 7 chassis show the missing antenna bands at the top and bottom of the device. Instead, the bands have now been moved towards the top and bottom edges of the handset, which helps in concealing the antenna bands better and gives the back a very clean look.
The camera hole in the pictures also look very large, which points to it receiving a radical upgrade this time around. While rumors have pointed to the next generation iPhone coming with a dual-camera setup, it is likely only going to be available on the iPhone 7 Plus due to space constraints.
The source of the leak also claims that the iPhone 7 is slightly thinner than the iPhone 6s, and it does indeed lack a 3.5mm audio jack.
A design that is similar to the previous iPhones might disappoint a lot of potential iPhone buyers, who were expecting the iPhone 7 to come with a major redesign. Other rumors regarding the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus point to the handsets featuring waterproofing abilities, dual bottom-facing stereo speakers, and a slimmer Lightning port connector.
What do you think about the iPhone 7 based on the above render? Are you disappointed that it somewhat looks similar to the iPhone 6s?