What’s the problem with trying to find out what the next generation of iPhone will look like? Well, there is none. The two designer Ivo Mari? and Tomislav Rastovac have worked on the case of the iPhone 7 that we expect to be announced somewhere in September 2016 and published this video on YouTube of their interpretation of the evolution of Apple’s smartphone. In their imagination, the shapes of the iPhone 7 tend to go back towards the iPhone4/iPhone 5 with sharper edges saying goodbye to the rounded slim edges of the iPhone 6. Although their design can be surprising, if your iPhone has ever slipped from your hands, you may be happily surprised by such a change from Apple because the iPhone4/iPhone 5 were offering a much much better and secure handgrip.
Also, still surprisingly, they didn’t anticipate a Touch ID sensor fused on the screen as we may have seen in some reports and advanced technologies of the screens which could lead to not having the home bottom separately from the screen, but actually directly on the screen, including the finger print sensor embedded.
Another key component that these two designers have guessed and that was not very hard to guess is the Apple A10 chip which is expected to boost the iPhone 7 power, once again. Just a reminder, the iPhone 6S which is expected this September, should come with Apple A9 processor that gets a very thin 10nm engraved design.
Where the two designers take a risk, it’s for the next two features of their iPhone 7 project:
- Wireless charging: there is really nothing today which can lead us to think that Apple will sooner or later adopt the wireless induction charging technology for its iPhone line. Yet, they decided to go for it. Apple has not gifted the Apple Watch with this feature although it kind of recharge its battery without contact, at least without plugging in, through a simple magnetic charger instead.
- iSight camera gets a pixel bump and could be offer equiped with a 16mp sensor. Apple has never been willing to increase the camera resolution of the iPhone line to improve the image quality. Instead of that, they have always relied on other sources of improvements. Apple could prove us wrong next September with the iPhone 6S which is expected to offer a 12mp sensor.
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