The rumor mill has been turning and it's likely to stay in motion until Apple reveals the next iPhone sometime in the fall.
We've heard that Apple likely won't change the next iPhone dramatically, but instead is saving the major design change for the 10-year anniversary of the iPhone in 2017.
Of course, Apple isn't talking. So in the meantime all we can do is speculate. Here's what we've got so far:
- Displays will remain at 4.7 and 5.5 inches.
- The headphone jack is gone. This is big news. It means that big changes are coming to the headphone industry, where more manufacturers may be making headphones that connect through the lightening port.
- Wireless earbuds. Since Apple is doing away with the headphone jack, it's believed that new wireless earbuds, or maybe Bluetooth, will come in place of the standard earbuds Apple typically includes.
- Dual-camera models are coming. Rumors have been spreading recently about the dual-camera feature on at least a few models. It's now believed that this feature will be included in an upgrade option on all of the new 5.5-inch models.
- Waterproofing. This particular feature is still just a rumor, but word is spreading that this may be coming with the iPhone 7 this fall.
- Optical image stabilization. Rumors of this feature have also been spreading, claiming the 4.7-inch models will now have image stabilization. This feature was previously believed to only be in the 5.5-inch models.
- Design. The design should stay the same for the most part. You can see leaked images of what it could look like here, here and here, or take a look below.