Apple users have gradually become more sensitive to the size of their iPhones – some want to go big, others prefer small phones. Back in June we looked at some leaked dimensions for the iPhone 7s duo and the iPhone 8. Now that we’re closer to launch – maybe just two weeks away – it’s time for another look.
The dimensions are basically identical to what we saw earlier, off by just a tenth of a millimeter here and there. Compared to the outgoing generation of iPhone 7, the dimensions are slightly bigger.
|(in mm)||iPhone 7||iPhone 7s (alleged)||iPhone 7 Plus||iPhone 7s Plus (alleged)|
Of course, neither the iPhone 7s nor the 7s Plus is due for a screen size upgrade, so the bezels will remain the same size. What will Apple achieve by increasing the internal volume, even if it’s just a tiny amount? Tune in on September 12 to find out.
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