A new leaked image of the upcoming Apple iPhone 7 has cropped up on the Chinese social networking site, Weibo. The photo was taken by a Foxconn factory worker, which shows the lower rear panel of the upcoming handset and confirms the rumours regarding a new design. Last to last year, when Tim Cook revealed the all new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, many found the antenna bands on the rear panel rather ugly. However, all that is about to change as the leaked image confirms that antenna bands will be pushed to top and bottom edges of the chassis. This will result in a more streamlined and uniformed design that will appeal to most Apple loyalists around the world. Notably this is a major design changed to be adopted by the Cupertino-based tech giant since Apple iPhone 5s.
There are other images doing rounds of the Internet, which reveal that a dual-camera sensor will be a part of the new iPhone 7. Another leaked image shows a silicone case, which indicates that the new iPhone 7 will be thinner than last year's flagship implies a missing earphone jack. However, the recent leaked image puts atleast one rumour to rest, which is the rear panel design. So far we like what we see.
Update: The leaked image (seen above) was allegedly circulated as upcoming Apple's flagship device, iPhone 7. But, today Meizu VP rubbishes all rumours and confirms that the leaked images are of their upcoming device, Meizu Pro 6. Read More