You know for sure that each new iPhone that Apple releases is going to go through its fair share of scrutiny, no doubt about it. After all, we are approaching the 10th anniversary of the iPhone, which would mean that this is a milestone year, and the upcoming iPhone model, simply dubbed as the iPhone 7 by the masses at the moment, has gone through its fair bit of leaks and rumors.
We have heard that Apple has placed orders for up to 78 million iPhone 7 units, and alleged molds of the handset have been spotted. Well, apparently upcoming cases for the iPhone 7 are nothing much to shout about, being built by accessory manufacturer Cygnett. In the leaked iPhone 7 cases, those were demonstrated with an iPhone 6s lying within – which more or less reveals the possibility of the iPhone 7 being of the same physical size as that of its predecessor. This is good news for those who do not want to go out and purchase a brand new protective case with each new iteration of the iPhone, and existing third party peripheral manufacturers can also heave a sigh of relief since their existing products can also be used with the iPhone 7.
Of course, this has not been substantiated just yet, so we will have to wait for the real deal until it is truly confirmed.