The rumor mill has been hot on the heels of Apple's next flagship smartphone just recently. Resident Cupertino analyst Ming-Chi Kuo kicked things off over the weekend by suggesting that the iPhone 7 will be a largely forgettable handset, before a speculative report implied that the traditional home button may be altered considerably. Japanese magazine Mac Fan as waded into the debate with some purported schematics of the 'iPhone 7 Pro'—the presumed successor to the current iPhone 6s Plus.
It has been suggested that the predominantly metallic iPhone design may be shelved in favor of a glass-clad front-and-back set-up, somewhat akin to the iPhone 4 and 4s. The schematics here seem to indicate that the dimensions of the iPhone 7 Plus will not change from the current model, though don't offer a clear picture of whether the design will be altered. The three small holes to the bottom of the rear shell suggest wireless charging will be forthcoming, though.