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The upcoming iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus smartphones are rumored to be under production in China. The schematics of iPhone 7 had surfaced earlier in this month and now fresh renders of the smartphone has been revealed by a reputable case maker.

The accessories maker has exclusively revealed Apple iPhone 7 renders to GSM Arena. The new renders have been created on the basis of the actual 3D technical drawings of the next generation iPhones. Even though the color scheme revealed in the leaked renders show the iPhone 7 in gold, silver, space gray and rose gold, the Cupertino company is likely to maintain the same color scheme this year but the actual materials may somewhat differ.

The backside of the iPhone 7 does not sport antenna bands. At the bottom side, there are two grilles. The iPhone 5S from 2013 came with two grilles, one of them was for its external speaker and the other one was for mic.

The iPhone 6 and iPhone 6S models do not feature two grilles. Hence, rumors are rife that the inclusion of two grilles on iPhone indicates that it will be equipped with stereo speakers.

The iPhone 7 renders also show that it does not feature a 3.5 mm audio jack. As previous rumors have suggested that the iPhone 7 would allow users to connect wired headphones through its lightning port.

The rear side of iPhone 7 has a single camera and it continues to sport a bump. Rumors have it that the iPhone 7 Plus will be equipped with a dual-camera setup.

Steve Hemmerstoffer, the well-known leakster, has claimed that the iPhone 7 renders may be inaccurate as they have designed on the basis of old CAD drawings.

The iPhone and iPhone 7 Plus release date rumors suggest that they will be unveiled September this year. Since Apple’s launch event for iPhone 7 is still couple of month away, the rumor mill is expected to revealed more photos of the upcoming iPhones.