Claimed design sketch of iPhone 7 shows identical height and width to iPhone 6s

“A claimed design sketch of the iPhone 7 shows identical dimensions to the iPhone 6s,” Ben Lovejoy reports for 9to5Mac. “The drawing shows only the height and width, not the depth, so doesn’t shed any more light on the ‘headphone jack or no headphone jack’ question.”

“The sketch was posted by French site NWE with an @onleaks watermark, so has decent credentials, though of course neither can be sure that it’s genuine,” Lovejoy reports. “It’s a very basic sketch that would be very easy to create.”

“The sketch does show one other small detail,” Lovejoy reports. “The camera lens cutout is slightly larger than that of the iPhone 6/6s, which could potentially indicate a larger sensor.”

Read more, and see the images, in the full article here.

MacDailyNews Take: Regardless of veracity:

Can we have an edge-to-edge display, pretty please, Apple? After all, it is 2016. — MacDailyNews, March 1, 2016


  1. But but but! Why isn’t Apple changing iPhone design simply for the change’s sake? Where’s the triangular iPhone? Where’s the iPhone that ‘s 2 cm thick with added battery space? Where are the FEM vs BUTCH iPhones, fluffy pink surfaces and exteriors vs sharp-edged, bleak surfaces and exteriors? All change is ‘good’, right? /s

Reader Feedback

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.