Martin Hajek, who is known for making realistic 3D rendering of Apple products that are yet to be announced, has come up with a new set of images depicting “iPhone 7,” with some reasonable ideas. These iPhone 7 rendering has been published by ComputerBild.de – a German publication.
Hajek imagines an “iPhone 7” to take lots of design clues from the exiting iPhone 6 design, with a tweaked front panel to make room for larger display while keeping the bezel smaller. He achieves all this by integrating Touch ID with the display, and moving aligning the ear speaker, proximity sensor and FaceTime camera right next to each other at the top edge of iPhone 7.
Hajek also re-imagines the antenna bars found on the back of iPhone 6 by instead using an antenna ring alongside the edges of iPhone 7. The concept also adds a dual lens camera and an illuminated Apple logo on the back of iPhone 7.
So overall, the concept imagines an iPhone 7 front panel with a large display covering the entire front of the device with Touch ID integrated within it. Ear piece, proximity sensor and front camera aligned with the top edge, Antenna bars replaced with Antenna ring and a dual lens primary camera.
While the dual lens camera seems a possibility, as it looks similar to the dual cameras designed by recent Apple acquisition LinX. But, an integrated Touch ID, and curved corner screen seems far-fetched. You can see the entire collection of 15 renders at ComputerBild. And also checkout the video: