The sweeping changes unveiled in the concept sketch of iPhone's next smartphone are sure to stun you! In the move to profoundly redesign the next version of the iPhone, designer Marek Weidlich has revealed that a software home button would flaunt the piece, making it a Top-to-Bottom screen handset!
A curved display without a bezel, and the easy design language were crucial for iPhone 7, according to the designer.
Supplemented with a plastic strip for a better grip, the rounded back body of Apple's next would be made of Aluminium material. The strip would be easily reciprocated so as to enable customization by the user!
According to the tech site BGR, the concept sketch of Weidlich seems successful, only the speaker and front camera together seem unlikely.
Meanwhile, analysts predict that the iPhone 7 might boast of improved battery life and a thinner model (probably 6mm). But the thin model would still be notably thicker than the thinnest Vivo's X5 Max, which is only 4.7mm.
Doing away with the home button, the phone will increase reliance on the 3D Touchscreen that was introduced by iPhone 6. Thereby, no Home button would also allow for a bigger screen on the usual size or a reduced size.
Issues such as moving the Touch ID sensor to elsewhere on the phone will still have to be noticed. But from the overall look of it, we're certainly looking forward.