There's been a lot of speculation as to what Apple's next iPhone models will have in store for us. There's a lot of credible rumors about the iPhone 7, but is there also a Pro model in the works? We may actually have a legitimate sneak peek at what that device could look like.
Japanese website Mac Otakara released some information on a possible "iPhone Pro" design, along with a blueprint image of all its sides.
According to the original article in Mac Fan, the new iPhone will share the same size as the iPhone 6s Plus with 7.3 mm thickness, slightly more than the iPhone 6 Plus. Even with this fact, it does appear that Apple may go forward with the expected elimination of the 3.5 mm headphone jack.
Also seen is the second iSight camera on the back, which confirms rumors of an upcoming dual-lens system. Additionally, the design schematics seem to show support for the Smart Connector on the back, a boon for those who want to use it with better docks and battery cases that are sure to follow its initial release.
There isn't much else to be found that's substantial, but the news does confirm what everyone's suspected about the nixed headphone jack, and also raises more speculation about Apple's plans to further increase the photo and video capabilities of the device.