Although Apple is not expected to announce anything about its next flagship iPhone any time soon, with a traditional September launch more than likely on the cards, it doesn't stop the floods of rumours from hitting the net.

The latest concerns the phone's appearance more than anything, with sources telling MacRumors that the iPhone 7 will have a redesigned rear-casing, with the antenna lines that grace the iPhone 6, 6s, 6 Plus and 6s Plus disappearing.

In addition, the lens, which currently sticks out, will be flush to the back thanks to new camera module technologies.

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MacRumors claims that its source is reliable, having provided good tips in the past, and says that although other recent speculation point to a dual-lens rear camera on the iPhone 7 Plus, the regular iPhone 7 will have a single lens.

Although the antenna bands are said to be removed on the rear itself, the ones at the sides will remain. We've mocked up an image of what that and the flush lens could look like above.

The website also states that the new iPhone is unlikely to be thinner than the current iPhone 6s and 6s Plus devices. However, the flush camera will reduce the overall thickness.