Download Video/JPG: Images of iPhone 7 You Really Have to See

“Although the 6s hasn’t even been released yet and isn’t expected until September, rumors are already circulating about the . When a recent leaked photo from an iPhone 6s production line showed few changes in design, attention turned to the possibilities of the iPhone 7. Although the iPhone 7 is not expected anytime soon, it’s already iPhone concept season for designers around the world. Ivo Marić and Tomislav Rastovac just created a series of iPhone 7 concept that have taken the Internet by storm, which are featured in this gallery. You can also find a video of their concept art on YouTube here. Click through the gallery to see more photos by Marić and Rastovac, along with other designers’ concepts for the iPhone 7.”

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Created by Hasan Kaymak, these renders imagine an iPhone 7
Created by Hasan Kaymak, these renders imagine an iPhone 7 “Edge” – a design borrowed from Samsung’s Galaxy S6 Edge. The device has no side bezels and notifications show up scrolling along the side of the device.
Picture: Hasan Kaymak
The iPod Nano inspired this iPhone 7 design from Jackson Chung. The concept device features touch-sensitive panels on the side, which show messages or app notifications without needing to waste energy firing up the screen. Picture: Jackson Chung
The iPod Nano inspired this iPhone 7 design from Jackson Chung. The concept device features touch-sensitive panels on the side, which show messages or app notifications without needing to waste energy firing up the screen.
Picture: Jackson Chung
Jan-Willem Reusink's iPhone 7 concept design envisages a return to the sharp edges of the iPhone 4 and 5, with an industrial all-metal frame. Picture: Jan-Willem Reusink
Jan-Willem Reusink’s iPhone 7 concept design envisages a return to the sharp edges of the iPhone 4 and 5, with an industrial all-metal frame.
Picture: Jan-Willem Reusink
Reusink gets rid of the home button and replaces it with an engraved Apple logo. Picture: Jan-Willem Reusink
Reusink gets rid of the home button and replaces it with an engraved Apple logo.
Picture: Jan-Willem Reusink

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