Drawing Confirms Dual-Camera and No Jack Plug in iPhone 7 Plus

A schematic drawing of the upcoming iPhone 7 Plus-or possibly the iPhone Pro-confirms that the two cameras on the back and get to the jack disappears.
Whether you like it or not, it may not come as a great surprise anymore when it sounds, that Apple will remove the 3.5 mm analog jack from the next iPhone.
More and more rumors have in recent months reported the same story-the jack soon are a thing of the past, as is the case today. That’s according to Apple Insider , a Japanese magazine that has come into possession of a schematic drawing of the upcoming iPhone 7 Plus.
Or is there also talk about an iPhone 7 Plus? It can be seen very clearly that it’s called the iPhone Pro on the image, but it may very well be the magazine itself, which has named the this, after rumors also have gone on this.
iPhone or iPhone Pro: 7 Plus The change in the end not that the next iPhone indeed gets the two cameras that there have long been indications, and that jack is not there anymore. However, do not see the extra space to be utilized to make room for an additional speaker, as one might hope.
Two things reinforce the authenticity of the drawing shown above. First of all, it can be seen that very detailed objectives on the phone. Dimensions 158.22 x 7.94 x sounds on 7.3 mm, which is virtually identical to the last two years of iPhones Plus models that measure 158.2 x 77.9 x 7.3 mm.
Secondly, in line with an earlier picture cartoons votes, where it can be seen that the dual rearcamera jutting slightly out to the back and get the same Smart Connector as the two most recent iPad Pro.