iPhone 7 to have edge-to-edge screen?

iPhone 7 to have edge-to-edge screen?

A new image has leaked on Chinese social media site Weibo, claiming to show an iPhone 7 with an edge-to-edge screen. The top and bottom chins appear to be unchanged, with the Home button and speaker in the usual positions. Nevertheless, eliminating the left and right bezels would be a major design change for the phone and is currently not supported by any other rumors.

Previous Chinese media photos purported to show the rear of the phone, which looked almost identical to the current iPhone 6s.

Sadly, this image could be very easily faked … simply by taking a photo of an iPhone 6s and Photoshopping a black rectangle over the front of the phone. We could only find one image of this purported device; we would give the picture more credibility if there were more photos from alternative angles.

What do you think? Faked or real? Do you want the next iPhone to feature an edge-to-edge display? 

Full size image of the purported iPhone 7 leak below:

  

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