The iPhone 7 is continuing to come into focus, even though it probably wont be unveiled until sometime this fall.
A new report from MacRumors has more information about the design of the handset. First up, we can say goodbye to the prominent camera bulge from the iPhone 6 line:
On the iPhone 7, the camera is said to sit flush with the rear casing, enabled by a thinner camera module. Recent rumors have indicated Apple is considering equipping the iPhone 7 Plus with a dual-lens rear camera, but the smaller iPhone 7 is expected to include a more traditional camera.
A render of the possible device (via MacRumors).
Another welcomed change focuses on the antenna bands:
The other significant change with the body of the iPhone 7 is the removal of antenna bands across the rear, allowing for a cleaner all-metal look on the back. Antenna bands at the sides and around the top and bottom edges are said to remain, however.
The sites source, which was pegged as reliable in the past, was unable to confirm if the device will be noticeably thinner than current models.
The most interesting tidbit, previously reported, is that Apple is planning to drop the ubiquitous 3.5mm headphone jack and require Lightning or Bluetooth headphones.