A new report supposedly offers new details on the iPhone 7, thought to be Apple's next flagship iPhone. The new phone is said to resemble the iPhone 6 and 6s models, though thinner by almost 1mm. Lining up with previous reports, Mac Otakara claims that the phone will ditch the 3.5mm headphone jack, while the camera is said to be flush with the body of the phone, doing away with the small camera bump present in the most recent models.
The new phone will reportedly not see an improvement in water resistance this year. But it could upgrade the iPhone's speaker system, according to Mac Otakara:
It has been said that it will be water-proof specifications with new composite materials, but it keeps using the metal case as before, remaining at the drip-proof level. The built-in iPhone speaker has been monaural so far, but the new model may feature a stereo speaker at the bottom.
Also backing up previous reports, Mac Otakara says that the iPhone 7 won't feature antenna lines on the back. The Lightning port on the phone will reportedly be ever-so-slightly smaller than the current port, but if this is true, it's likely just to affect the cutout of the port in the body of the phone, with the port itself remaining the same size to fit current cables and accessories.
The iPhone 7 is expected to launch later this year.