We’ve still got a little over three months before Apple unveils its next-gen iPhone handsets, but — as always — designers are more than willing to help us imagine how different our lives will be come September.
From flip-phone versions of the iPhone to a retro “dumb” version without any of the added goodies, designer Martin Hajek has long been creating iPhone renderings. For these, however, he sticks to what we’ve heard from the rumor mill to bring us concepts for both the iPhone 7 and the possible iPhone 7 Pro.
Check them out below.
As rendered by Hajek, both iPhone versions would stand to lose their 3.5mm headphone jack and would sport a new, simplified antenna band. The iPhone 7 would boast a slightly larger camera than the one in the iPhone 6s, while the iPhone 7 Pro would feature a dual-camera system aimed at users who would prize a vastly superior camera.
Interestingly, Hajek has stuck with a single speaker on the device, despite rumors that the iPhone 7 could be the first Apple handset to boast stereo sound.
While it seems like Apple is saving a lot of its big upgrades for the 10th birthday iPhone refresh in 2017, would you be happy with the look and feel of the iPhone 7 as Hajek has rendered it? What would make you pick up the new handset come September? Leave your comments below.
Source: Martin Hajek