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Jul 02, 2016 04:27 AM EDT

Apple To Release ‘Space Black’ iPhone 7: Apple Artist 3D Renders The Hottest iPhone Ever; Will Feature iOS Beta 10? [RUMOR]

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Apple is rumored to release iPhone 7 in different color variants this year. Just last year, iPhone had its rose gold makeover and this 2016 either a blue or black will paint the iPhone 7. Since none of these reports are confirmed yet, Martin Hajek, famed artist of unreleased iPhones, put on his "Space Black" iPhone 7 3D renders.

Apple is making sure its iPhone 7 flagship will not be brought to naught. To fortify iPhone 7's hold on its bull market, new developments and last-minute change on design might happen, University Herald wrote.

That being said, Hajek's mockups show an iPhone 6s-like handset that displays all the features expected in the upcoming iPhone 7, including reformed antenna and camera at its back, a capacitive home button and omitted the headphone jack, BGR wrote.

Looking beautifully handsome, Hajek's 3D renders of the iPhone 7 suggest that the "Space Black" could really be the hottest iPhone to be released. It will particularly get combined with a pair of black Lightning EarPods. Additionally, the "Space Black" iPhone 7 will be great with black Apple Watch bands.

Rumor has it that this "Space Black"-themed iPhone 7 might be enabled by Apple to hold the future iOS 10 beta release and the "Game Of Thrones" iMessage chat at some point. While we waiting for the real iPhone 7 photos, you can browse some of Hajek's renders here.

The iPhone 7's alleged release date could fall this Fall 2016 and most likely in Apple's September launch frame. iPhone upgrades must emphasize primarily on capacity, speed and camera technology. And lastly, the superior 5.5-inch model might also include an iPad Pro-style Smart Connector, UH added.

Are you excited about this changes in the iPhone 7? Share your thoughts and views at the comment section below.

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