Schematics for Apple iPhone 7 reveal it to be slightly smaller and thicker than the Apple iPhone 6s

Schematics for Apple iPhone 7 reveal it to be slightly smaller and thicker than the Apple iPhone 6s
Schematic drawings of the Apple iPhone 7 reveal that the next iteration of the iPhone will be slightly thicker at 7.15mm. That is slightly more than the 7.1mm thickness of the Apple iPhone 6s. The diagram also confirms that there will be no 3.5mm earphone jack on the iPhone 7. That could mean that there will be enough room for a larger capacity battery to be stuffed inside. Or, it could indicate that the Apple iPhone 7 will be waterproof. Removing the earphone port means that the phone has one less opening that could suck water into the unit and fry the device.

A comparison between the iPhone 7 and iPhone 6s from the side shows the new placement of the antenna as the tell-tale lines are on the upper edge of the phone only. The camera on the upcoming model is larger in size, and overall, the iPhone 7 is a little shorter than the current model,

We recently got to see a couple of renders illustrating what the Apple iPhone 7 and Apple iPhone 7 Plus will look like based on current rumors. As usual, we expect to see the real handsets unveiled by Apple in September, with a launch shortly thereafter. Both models will be powered by the A10 chipset and the iPhone 7 Plus could get a bump up to 3GB of RAM. In addition, the larger model could come with a dual camera set up in back with the second camera offering optical zoom capabilities.


via Techtastic.nl

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