“A report from Japanese blog Mac Otakara sums up the latest scuttlebutt surrounding Apple’s so-called ‘iPhone 7,’ saying the handset’s height and width mirror that of the iPhone 6s,” AppleInsider reports. “However, as KGI analyst Ming-Chi Kuo predicted prior to last year’s iPhone debut, the upcoming model will be slimmer thanks to an LCD array that is 1-millimeter thinner than current components, the report said.”
“The publication says whispers that Apple would introduce a new waterproof composite material for iPhone 7 are false,” AppleInsider reports. “Instead, the device is expected to carry over the same levels of water resistance offered by the existing metal chassis design.”
“Mac Otakara reiterates claims that the future iPhone’s rear-facing camera is to be flush with the phone’s metal casing,” AppleInsider reports. “the report echoes rumors that Apple is looking to do away with the 3.5mm jack… [for] a thinner Lightning port design.”
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MacDailyNews Take: Can we have an edge-to-edge display, pretty please, Apple? After all, it is 2016.