Rumor: Apple will replace the physical home button on iPhone 7 with a clickable capacitive one
This rumor is similar to one about the 2017 iPhone that calls for Apple to move the Touch ID home button to the screen. A certain portion of the display would be allocated for the feature, allowing users to verify their fingerprint by tapping on that portion of the glass. Touch ID would be embedded inside the screen. By doing this, Apple would be able to offer a bezel-less edge-to-edge display.
The Japanese based blog also confirmed earlier rumors about a Space Black color option for this year's iPhone models. Other changes expected include the removal of the 3.5mm earphone jack (which will be replaced by another set of speaker grilles on the bottom of the unit), and a larger rear camera lens. In addition, Apple has moved those HTC-esque antenna lines on the back of the phone to the upper and lower edges of the handset. The Apple iPhone 7 Plus could have a dual camera setup in back with a second 12MP lens providing optical zooming capabilities.
The Apple iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus could be unveiled on September 12th with the launch taking place four days later.
source: Macotakara (Translated) via Playfuldroid