Legendary graphic designer Martin Hajek has delivered what might just be the closest visual insight we have into the upcoming iPhone 7.
Rumours abound that Apple are doing away with their classic 'space grey' colouring in favour of a 'deep blue’—and if Hajek's gorgeous (and totally unofficial) renderings are anything to go by, it's a savvy choice by the tech giants.
Hajek's mock-ups also include a few features that he thinks should be implemented into the new model, including that a larger camera lens, a slimmer footprint, a cleaner antenna design and, most prominently, the controversial loss of the headphone jack.
It's an apt design choice, considering the fact that Apple are set to do the same. The Cali market leaders have recently been prompting users to go ahead with wireless earphones or to use the lightning port, as they plan to revamp their Apple Music streaming service.
Hajek also showed us how "Force Touch ID" would be implemented on the iPhone 7, redesigning the home button by taking design cues from the Apple Watch.
It's not expected that we'll get any fancy 3D technology, nor a bezel-less, water resistant metal body, but rumours have been circulating that the iPhone 7 will be priced similarly to the iPhone 6, despite calls to lower prices to the level of their main rivals Samsung.
From: Esquire UK.