Apple accessory retailers who produce iPhone 7 cases have brought some light in the design of Apple's next big smartphone release.
As you see below, pysical cases sent to MacRumors and renders I attained from Olixar cases show no dedicated cutout for the headphone jack on either the top or bottom of the iPhone 7.
Instead what we see is a design with the Lightning port in the middle of the bottm side of the iPhone 7, allowing for a pair of speakers either Apple has been reportedly testing both single and dual speaker variants of the iPhone 7.
In addition, the second aspect both leaked case designs separately confirmed is the iPhone 7 will not be getting the dual camera setup - a feature expected to be available in the larger iPhone 7 Plus device. Howevr, expect to see a larger single rear sensor. Given Apple’s reticence to increase megapixel count and the fact the iPhone 6S only jumped to 12MP last year, the smart money would instead be on a dramatic increase in individual pixel size.
Both the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus may still offer new features when it comes to usability, given the high hopes for iOS 10, which will accompany both phones at launch.