The Japanese blog Macotakara has disclosed a number of developments centered around the coming iPhone 7. The rumors include a 1mm thinner body than the iPhone 6s, while the overall design and construction will remain largely unchanged. The camera bump is said to be flush with the casing's surface, and there will also be stereo speakers for the first time in the history of the iPhone. Finally, the device may feature a thinner Lightning port, but users won't have to purchase a new cable or connector; rather, it's only the actual cutout that's smaller. Look for the iPhone 7 to be unveiled later this year, likely in September.