Apple iPhone 7 and iPhone Pro live renders surface

Apple iPhone 7 and iPhone Pro live renders surface

In case you still haven’t seen it, designer Martin Hajek once again published renders for Apple‘s 2016 lineup of smartphones still left unannounced — the iPhone 7 and bigger version of it likely to be called the iPhone Pro.


The gallery includes images of iPhone 7 and iPhone Pro with their new design based from rumors reported online.


With the iPhone 7, we see the antenna bands rerouted at the top and bottom rather that crossing the back panel. Volume keys are on the left, while there’s another single button at the right. It also sports a single rear camera that’s flat alongside the flash.

The iPhone Pro, however, has a bigger display and has dual rear cameras that protrude from its body. Other than that, pretty much everything else is similar like the button placements and the main port underneath.

What do you think of these renders? Are you hoping for these two to come to life later this year? Share your thoughts on the comment section below.


Kevin Bruce Francisco is the Senior Editor and Video Producer for YugaTech. He's a Digital Filmmaking graduate who's always either daydreaming of traveling or actually going places on his bike. Follow him on Twitter for more tech updates @kevincofrancis.

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4 Responses

  1. Javascript pa more says:

    Your slide show needs to have javascript thank you.

    An apple user /s

  2. Orayt says:

    Oo nga walang javascript ang safari.

    At mister author, sa palagay ko hindi pwede magkasama ang words na “live” at “render”. Magkaiba yun. Correct me if im wrong.

  3. irv says:

    from the renders it looks like only the SE has a headphone jack…

    so the “no headphone jack” rumor is real??

  4. bobongauthorr says:

    ‘Based on the latest rumours I modelled the newly anticipated Apple iPhone 7, iPhone PRO and iPhone SE and threw them on the default Apple keynote background.’

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