iPhone 7 Rumors
Apple's upcoming iPhone 7 could be its thinnest handset yet. Pictured: Members of the media gather around a lineup of the iPhone 6S. Stephen Lam/Getty Images

The Apple iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus are currently under construction but reports of their speculated features are surfacing. Well-known designer Herman Haidin has designed a stunning concept model of iPhone 7 based on rumored features.

The Apple iPhone 7 concept images show that the iPhone 6 successor will be arriving with premium design as it will be built with “liquidmetal” material. According to Mirror, the California company had filed a patent for liquidmetal in 2010 and it has been used in the SIM ejector tool that comes with the iPhone package.

The liquidmetal is said to be more resilient and water-resistant compared to the regular aluminum. The designer has speculated that the iPhone 7 will sport a very slim profile of 3 mm. It is rumored to arrive without a 3.5 mm audio jack. The concept model shows that the iPhone 7 will also not feature a Lightning port.

As far as the size of the display is concerned, the iPhone 7 concept model features a 5-inch screen.

The iPhone 7 concept shows that the smartphone will be built to deliver best gaming experience as it will arrive with support for voice commands and gestures. A new battery-power saving feature that has been revealed through the concept model is hibernation. This feature will let users save on the battery without turning the phone off.

The iPhone 7 is also expected to feature wireless charging. The Ukrainian designer has predicted that the iPhone 7 can be charged using a wireless iCharger. He has even mentioned that the screen will be able to charge the iPhone 7 when it is used outdoors through solar energy. The iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus are both expected to release in September this year.