Synline antenna lines from the iPhone 6 and 6s disappears in the next iPhone 7 through the use of new materials, which at the same time will make iPhone 7 waterproof.
Apple has since iPhone 5 had to make use of other materials on parts of the back in order to maintain a strong signal to antennas, which hides behind.
Nevertheless, it appears that Apple no longer will have to compromise and break the otherwise stylish design in the upcoming iPhone 7. It writes DIGITIMES.
One of the many collaborators, as Apple makes use of for the production of iPhones, the company Catcher. It specializes in the manufacture of metal constructions for smartphones, and it will also be the company’s primary task in 2016, it sounds. 35% of all iPhone 7-models will have construction produced by this company.
In this context, it appears that the design for the iPhone 7 will consist of a new, but as yet unknown blending material, which should enable a better penetration of wireless signals with the aim to obtain the horizontal antenna lines on the back of the road, as both in color and material breaks the otherwise stylish aluminum back in iPhone 6 and 6s.
However, it is not the only thing that will happen by improvements in connection with the new blending material. iPhone 7 are supposed to also be waterproof, so you don’t have to worry if it gets a little downpour.
Shortly after the launch of the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus it turned out that these models-perhaps unintentionally- pre-stored on the waterproof properties without being marketed with no specific classification of degree of protection against solid objects and liquids within the so-called IP standard.
This is not the first time that there is talk of water resistance in iPhone 7. Back to september could website Mac Rumors report on exactly the same, where a brand new selection of material and a new framework was also discussed.