iPhone 7 leaks are a dime a dozen these days, and the latest one comes in the form of a photoshoot. Starring in it is the the Space Gray color variant, or at least its back panel.
In case you've somehow managed to miss it, Apple's upcoming smartphone will come with a larger camera module (hence larger bump). The antenna bands will be redesigned too, to be less of an eye-sore than they are on the iPhone 6/iPhone 6s generations. You can check out the Meizu Pro 6 to get a feel for the new design, the Pro 6 got mistaken for an iPhone 7 at one point.
The other aspect of the iPhone 7's design that's been polarizing (okay, not really, pretty much everyone you ask is against it, but you can check out how one of us feels about it), is the omission of the 3.5mm headphone jack. It's missing on this panel too.
Upon first glance you might wonder why the Apple logo is surrounded by an odd-looking rectangle with a slightly different hue - has the image been doctored, by someone with mad Photoshop skills? Initially we thought so, but it's likely a thin film applied to the logo to protect it from scratches - it's traditionally a high-gloss reflective part and needs to be handled with care at least until it goes into the retail box.
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