Blueprints from what is said to be Apple’s iPhone 7 have leaked, via uSwitch, which reveal the removal of its headphone jack.
Furthermore, the blueprints suggests that Apple will do away with the “Plus” tag released for the iPhone 6.
If these renderings turn out to be accurate, the upcoming iPhone 7 will be released in two models, a standard edition and “Pro” model — the latter being larger than the other. The “Pro” model will feature a dual-lens camera, likely boasting better zoom and depth sensing, as well as the lack of a second speaker and attenna bands being moved to the bottom of the phone.
As for size, both the smaller and larger iPhone 7 will have the same dimensions as the iPhone 6S and 6S Plus.
The Apple iPhone 7 is expected to be officially announced on Sept. 7.