iPhone 7 To Have Relocated Proximity & Ambient Light Sensor

iPhone 7 Mockup Design

While many Apple experts expects that iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus might not bring many changes, but from the design point of view, today’s latest leak from Mac Otakara there will be enough changes to create a new flagship phone. The popular Japan based website claims that iPhone 7 will feature longer earpiece cutout and relocated ambient light sensor, which means LCD films made for other handsets will be unusable on the new iPhone.

According to Mac Okatara, LCD protection films manufacturers on Alibaba.com have stopped receiving orders because of the fact that iPhone 7 will have ambient light sensor on the right side instead of current left on iPhone 6S.

The site also adds the fact that iPhone 7 will have dual lens camera which means larger iSight camera module, making it slightly different from previous iPhone models.

Blueprints suggests that iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus will be much similar to iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus but adds some cool features like better water resistant and relocated antenna bands. We also know that the new iPhone will not have the traditional headphone jack, replaced by a new all in one lightning connector. Finally, that makes Ming-Chi Kuo to submit a report that iPhone 7 could be 1 mm thinner than iPhone 6S.

This post was last modified on March 23, 2018 10:27 PM

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