Shown in pink here, the iPhone 7 has the antenna lines moved top and bottom (I feel like I’ve said that a thousand times already) and the facade is very much iPhone 6S. The chassis is still made of metal and we get pill shaped volume buttons and a pretty big back camera. We’ve got dual bottom speakers, with pretty big holes and the Lightning port, but no audio jack (as expected).
The camera doesn’t protrude anymore and the handset is expected to be slimmer than the iPhone 6s, maybe with a waistline of less than 7 mm. Call me picky, but I still don’t like those antenna lines. I’ve seen Apple patents showing they could get rid of them alltogether, so why don’t they do it?