Apple finally released its iPhone 7 with almost all of the rumours and leaks ahead of the launch have turned out to be true.
The new iPhone 7 is indeed waterproof, and the larger model than last released iPhone 6 comes with an impressive dual-lens camera.
Apple has removed the headphone socket from the bottom of the device.
There is no physical Home button on the iPhone 7, as it has been replaced by a “solid-state” pressure sensitive button that’s connected to a redesigned Taptic Engine to deliver haptic feedback mimicking traditional button presses.
This is not the first iPhone 7 concept that we’ve seen, and it undoubtedly won’t be the last. Nevertheless it’s always good to see fresh visions for smartphones to tease us with prospects of what might be brought to the table. This new iPhone 7 design idea brings wireless charging and an edge-to-edge display.
Today’s iPhone 7 renders show a rather good-looking handset that does away with bezels and includes a digital Home button with built-in Touch ID at the frame. It was created by designer Eduardo Guerrero and we really like the 5.5-inch frame-less display. The phone has a nicely solid looking metal frame and measures 5.51 x 2.63 x 0.25-inches.
2015 is the year for iPhone 6 and 6S, we are too far away from the iPhone 7 launch to know what the new device will look like, but we can speculate that Apple will continue on its path of introducing more powerful, efficient devices that grow thinner with each design iteration. 2015 will mark an “S” iPhone upgrade year that will introduce new features like an improved camera and a better processor, but 2016 will bring an even-year upgrade that will likely include an all-new iPhone design. It’s likely Apple will continue releasing two versions of each iPhone, so we may see an iPhone 7 and an iPhone 7 Plus in 2016. Apple may stick to 4.7- and 5.5-inches, or take the opportunity to further refine screen sizes, shifting the dimensions somewhat to match the company’s design vision for the updated phones. We may not know much about the iPhone 7, but some rumored pictures are here to show, and also check how large mobile application development company take this new iPhone. Â Â Â Â Â Â