iPhone 7 Plus Gets First Render Courtesy of The Techno Toast

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I may be wrong, but I think this is the first iPhone 7 Plus concept. It’s true I’ve seen a mountain of iPhone 7 renders, but none of them claimed to be the Plus unit. Well, The Techno Toast tried out this format and came up with this very slim smartphone.


This is a sleek and minimal iPhone, with no front button and no conventional charging port. It has the Touch ID biometric sensor on the front, integrated within the screen. At the front we also find speakers and the designer claims that this model comes with Force Touch and uses 2 modes of charging: a wireless charging dock and a new method that uses some sort of special WiFi to transfer energy.

This crazy iPhone 7 Plus concept is only 4.55 mm thick, which is 0.30 mm thinner than the record setting Oppo R5. The screen here is pretty huge, at 6.3 inches in diagonal and it brings a 3K resolution. A 5000 mAh battery is inside and at the back rests a 32 megapixel camera, while upfront there’s a 7 MP shooter. iOS X is the OS of choice here, which kind of makes sense, seeing where OS X and iOS are headed.

The edge to edge screen and metal body are something we figured out from the start.

[via Deviantart]

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