At the Computers Unlimited Exposed in London something quite interesting has happened, the mobile phone accessory manufacturer Cygnett has presented a new series of designs for glass screen covers and protectors. Claiming that these new designs are made for the future iPhone 7. We can verify that they are authentic and based on the current design specifications, although they are quite far from being confirmed by Apple.
There’s no doubt that the device manufacturers have decided to get their hands on the batteries to anticipate the output of the new device, however, we can’t deny that it’s pretty strange that the new Apple device is going to follow the same lines as the iPhone 6s – it would be a big disappointment.
Everything points to the fact that Apple will continue with the same design
Interestingly, Cygnett used a iPhone 6s to show off her new accessories. It doesn’t look like they could have used an iPhone 7 to create their new designs, does it? Putting the new products together with the last two generations of the iPhone, it seems that the new iPhone is going to be very different from its predecessors. If the case designed for the iPhone 7 fits like a glove on an iPhone 6s, it looks like the size of the device will be very similar.
If we look at the screen saver, which will be placed on the iPhone screen to prevent damage, we see two sensor holes near the headset. Despite being a bit strange, the iPhone 7 will have two sensors where the iPhone 6s has one. However, there is also speculation that this is due to a manufacturing error – it is quite interesting to note.
Users don’t want an iPhone without innovation
That Apple has decided to opt for keeping the design that “works” is quite striking, considering the result – which while not negative, is not very positive – in iPhone 6s sales. Will Apple be willing to risk so much in a new cycle of devices?
What do you think? Would you buy an iPhone 7 identical (aesthetically) to the iPhone 6? Leave us your opinion in the comments!