Schematics for the iPhone 7 Pro Have Allegedly Been Leaked [Image]

Schematics for the iPhone 7 Pro Have Allegedly Been Leaked [Image]

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Schematics for Apple's upcoming 5.5-inch iPhone 7 'Pro' have allegedly been leaked online, reports Macotakara.

The schematics were published in Mac Fan's June 2016 edition.

There is an article of the same exact size of design draft of so called iPhone Pro(5.5-inch) which has 5.5 inch LCD display in Mac Fan June, 2016 edition. According to the article, the size is 158.22 x 77.94 x 7.3 mm, and dual lenses will be introduced to iSight camera. The size itself is identical with iPhone 6s Plus, but there isn't the hole for head phone jack plug any more at the bottom.

While we are unable to confirm the authenticity of the schematics they do match up with previous leaks. It's been rumored that the iPhone 7 will feature a dual lens camera (Plus model only), simplified antenna bands, no headphones jack, and possibly a Smart Connector.

Yesterday, a new report predicted that the iPhone 7 could be waterproof and dustproof; as well as, feature a new touch sensitive home button.

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Schematics for the iPhone 7 Pro Have Allegedly Been Leaked [Image]

rayz - May 2, 2016 at 12:14am
no headphone jacks.. no stereo speaker (?).. still same protuding camera lens.. NICE move apple.. nice...
. - May 2, 2016 at 11:50am
It is a nice move. The Lightning port will now take advantage of being the headphone jack which means it can have better sound coming from that port so why bother with stereo speakers anyway, and for the camera, it sticks out slightly less this time and it is dual lens, but this is just the 5.5" version.
Rayz - May 2, 2016 at 12:50pm
I know. Actually i dont use the headphone jack that much. But its nice to know when you need one, i can use my earphone other than apple gave us. Or I don't need to buy another headphone specifically for iPhone if i need one :) Why dont they introduce the new feature but leave the old jack. So people can move smoother
. - May 2, 2016 at 2:33pm
It's because this is how they can achieve making a thinner phone even if it means making a big change in design somehow.
Rayz - May 2, 2016 at 10:25pm
Yeah. Maybe. Will have to see the final design looks like though. But i prefer more battery life than a thinner phone..
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