Apple’s iPhone 7 might be the first handset in history of iPhone to lack a 3.5mm headphone jack and ship redesigned EarPods.
The iPhone 7 may even have an all glass face equipped with an under-the-screen Touch ID sensor and 3D Touch-powered virtual home button feature. It will likely be slimmer and smaller than predecessors, the iPhone 6s and will have a new design of antenna on the back of the device.
Miroslav Majdak, a designer came up with such a great iPhone 7 concept based on previous rumors. Additionally, he took things one step further by imagining an iPhone 7 with iOS 10 that lacks physical volume buttons, and instead features a 3D touch-sensitive part where the volume rockers would normally be.
Further, designer proposes that all new Apple’s iPhone 7 units will come with built-in Apple SIM cards that can be customized by the user, depending on user needs.
Majdak imagined a 4.7-inch iPhone 7, would be just slightly bigger than the iPhone 5s when it comes to height.
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The iPhone 7 concept is the lack of the physical home button. Coupled without the headphone jack, and on-screen home button with fingerprint-sensing capabilities would let Apple reduce the bezel size on the iPhone 7 without messing with the screen size.
You can check out Majdak’s detailed iPhone 7 vision at this link, with videos showing his concept based iPhone 7 following below.