Apple iPhone 7 might have a camera with two lenses

Apple iPhone 7 might have a camera with two lenses

Apple’s iPhone 7 will resemble the iPhone 6 and 6s, save for two changes to its outward appearance.

Those changes, as reported by MacRumors, involve a slightly new design for the rear-facing camera that will make it flush with the rest of the phone, as well as the removal of the antenna bands across the back. The flush camera is made possible due to a thinner camera module, while the antenna removal will give the back of the iPhone a more consistent all-metal look. The Antenna bands will still be present on the top and sides.

There’s no word on if the flush rear camera is related to Apple’s dual camera patent, or if the thinner phone will still have the headphone jack. MacRumor’s source has been unable to determine if the iPhone 7 is actually thinner than its predecessor, but states that the changes would only be slightly noticeable.

Apple is expected to unveil the iPhone 7 in September, as it did with the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus last year. Before then, however, the company is rumored to announce the iPhone 5se, alongside the iPad Air 3 and Apple Watch 2, on March 15.

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