Schematics including the dual-camera 5.5-inch iPhone 7 Plus Design or “Pro” that’s set to launch in the fall of 2016 have actually been released in June. The concern of Japanese publication MacFan, restating a number of the design information that has been formerly reported for the device.
Japanese site Mac Otakara has shared images drawn from MacFan, which relatively confirmed that the iPhone 7 Plus Design will use mostly the very same design as the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus. The schematic focuses exclusively on the 5.5-inch model, which MacFan states will be 158.22 mm x 77.94 mm x 7.3 mm, identical to the dimensions of the iPhone 6s Plus.
iPhone 7 Plus Design
While this agrees with a foregoing Mac Otakara discussion recommend the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus Design will not be substantially thinner, it does disagree with other rumors (consisting of one from Ming-Chi Kuo) that have actually pointed to a thinner chassis that approaches the thinness of the 6.1 mm iPod touch. While it is not yet clear which design rumor will prevail, the most recent rumors are converging around a thicker body.
Depicted in the schematic is the dual camera setup that’s reported for the 5.5-inch iPhone 7 Plus, a Smart Connector and the absence of an earphone jack. Apple is planning to remove the earphone jack in its 2016 devices, with headsets rather connecting via Lightning or Bluetooth. Though some reports have suggested the iPhone 7 will consist of stereo speakers, the design illustration includes a single speaker. No other considerable details are included in the MacFan illustration.
In the past, MacFan has offered up precise info about Apple’s device sharing features attribute of the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus and 12.9-inch iPad Pro ahead of launch. While largely accurate due to the fact that its schematics frequently concentrate on formerly offered reports, MacFan does not always offer a reliable image of imposing dimensions, forecast a 12.2-inch size for the iPad Pro and a 6.7 mm thickness for the iPhone 6 Plus, so a few of the information on thickness could be incorrect.
Apple is anticipated to release the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus Design in the fall of 2016.