‘iPhone 7’ will reportedly feature a flush rear camera and no antenna bands on the back

BY Evan Selleck

Published 2 Feb 2016

iPhone 7 mockup

While rumors are still swirling about the “iPhone 7,” a new report has surfaced that aims to shed some light on the design.

According to a new report from MacRumors, and citing information gathered from an unnamed source, a few details about the design choices Apple went with for the rumored device have been surfaced. First of which focuses on the camera, which apparently Apple has redesigned just a bit, potentially in a good way. The report states Apple will use a flush rear camera this time around. The rear camera on the iPhone 6/6s and iPhone 6 Plus/6s Plus protrude just a bit, so going back to a flush design will be a welcomed addition for many.

There’s no word on whether or not the iPhone 7 Plus will have a pair of flush rear cameras, though, with rumors building up that the larger handset will feature a dual-camera system.

The other big change will be the antenna bands. The source states that Apple will use a design that removes the antenna bands from the back of the handset, which should give the phone a sleeker look. The antenna bands on the bottom and top edge will still be present, though.

Interestingly enough, the report indicates that the overall design of the iPhone 7 will be pretty similar to the iPhone 6s. If this turns out to be true, the reaction from the masses should be entertaining.

[via MacRumors]