Several sites have already offered some pretty good explanations on why Apple's next iPhones are going to be so "boring" where design is concerned. However, nobody still have a good idea what kind of new features the iPhone 7 series is going to pack. And given Apple's uncanny ability to get fans excited for new products, they may have something under their sleeves.
The latest images created from the leaked 3D renders and schematics gives what is likely the best look yet at Apple's new iPhone 7 design, and it's much hotter than the mockups seen previously.
Graphic designer Martin Hajek is well-known by Apple fans. He regularly uses leaks and rumors to create realistic 3D models of unreleased Apple products, and his creations have a tendency to be an eerily close representation of what Apple ends up launching. Now, Hajek has finally set his sights on Apple's upcoming new iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus, or "iPhone 7 Pro" as he calls it.
In a new series of images posted on his website, Hajek created renders of the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus along with some concepts for third-party protective cases. The case designs are a bit curious in a couple of ways, but the renders of the phones themselves will likely end up being accurate depictions of the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus that Apple releases this coming September. Everyone already had a look of probably the real iPhone 7 for the first time, and Hajek's creation are certainly in line with that prototype.
So what do the phones look like? They look... hot.