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Published on 17 Mar 2016 | over 2 years ago

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This iPhone 7 case leak appears to confirm some speculation that the upcoming iPhone 7 will feature some substantial changes. To start, the camera layout looks to be enlarged (possibly to accommodate a second lens?). Next, the lack of an obvious headphone cutout on this case appears to confirm speculation that the iPhone 7 will be the first Apple iPhone without a standard 3.5mm plug for universal headphone compatibility. The case for the iPhone 5se is somewhat less interesting, it appears to resemble the current iPhone 5 and 5s almost identically. One last note - There is some thought that Apple will actually manufacture two separate iPhone 7s. An iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Pro. If this is the case, we may still see a more traditional layout available for legacy minded users (either in the form of rebadged iPhone 6 or a stripped down iPhone 7). Nonetheless, if this case is any indication it appears that Apple will be making some significant moves in the tech space shortly. If Apple really does eliminate the headphone jack it'll be the first significant manufacturer to do so. This decision could further differentiate Apple and the iPhone 7 from Samsung (Galaxy S7) and the remaining Android marketplace. Alternately it may encourage Samsung and others to embrace a 3.5mm-less future. Maybe this is all just a ploy to sell more Beats headphones!

So how will this shift be met? Are consumers ready for an iPhone without a headphone jack? Could a dual lens iPhone 7 become a reality? Leave a comment down below! Are you excited for the iPhone 7 or is it just another iPhone?

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