It’s very hard to come up with an original iPhone 7 concept nowadays and there are two ways to go about it: either edge to edge or upgraded iPhone 6 style. Eduardo Guerrero has created an iPhone 7 that adopts an edge to edge screen and manages to keep the Touch ID/Home button.
The size of the phone is 5.51 x 2.63 x 0.25 inches and we’ve got a sturdy metal frame all around it. Unlike other recent renders, this model has two sets of speakers, flanking a circular port, that may or may not be a new generation of USB Type C/ Lightning. Wireless charging is on board and just so you know, this is the phablet version of the iPhone 7, with a 5.5 inch diagonal.
Inside the device we can find a new Ax chip with 64 bit architecture, that helps the unit run iOS 10. iPhone 7 comes in 16 GB, 64 GB and 128 GB storage versions and I feel that its Home button is a bit too big, even for a phablet. The camera at the back also got bigger and seems to have an extra ring around the sensor.
Somehow this feels like it could work… but bigger isn’t always better.
[via Yanko Design]