As Apple’s main event in March is approaching, more rumors regarding its most anticipated handsets are surfacing, one by one. Apple Insider has now reason to belief the next flagship phone will give up not just its headphone jack but a more popular and central feature, the home button.
According to a Chinese site cited by Apple Insider, the iPhone 7 will relinquish its button, repurposing its functions to the display itself. Apple would integrate the main functions of the button (seeing and closing apps, going back to the main screen, etc) and Touch ID sensor in the phone and those would be accessible from every point on the screen. This is a surprising turn of events in the Apple conversation, although over the years, there have been speculations regarding this feature.
In the same time, Apple Insider confirms the overall look of the iPhone 7 with more leaked photos from China – the dual camera module and repositioned antennas.
Apple will put to rest all the rumors in Fall, most likely, keeping these last years’ tradition. The iPhone 5se, though, will be unveiled tomorrow and we can’t wait to see what #mobilemagic they’ve made all this time.