Corroborating previous reports, the iPhone 7 is said to be waterproof and dustproof. Additionally, Apple is said to be moving from a push Home button to a touch sensitive 'direct induction' Home button that will provide haptic feedback (vibration) when pressed.
Informed sources, iPhone 7 (tentative name) has completed the third round of testing, in addition to waterproof and dustproof function, and Home keys to unlock the way from the original push into direct induction
Notably, Apple recently applied for a patent on a Liquidmetal home button that would deform slightly when pressed then return to its normal shape.
While Apple's big iPhone update is now being predicted for 2017, the new iPhone 7 is also said to feature a dual lens camera (Plus model only), simplified antenna bands, no headphones jack, and possibly a Smart Connector. Please follow iClarified on Twitter, Facebook, Google+, or RSS for updates.
Read More [via MacRumors]