This isn't really a predictionjust what some random guy on the internet (me) thinks Apple should do for the iPhone 7. Before we get started, here is the mockup: Since we're talking about the iPhone 7 and not the iPhone 6S, we're talking about a redesign in 2016. Apple hasn't really been shy about changing screen sizes every two years. They've made it fairly easy for developers to do compared to other platforms. These are simple 2D mockups done in Illustrator by modifying this vector file: http://www.titanui.com/42955-minimal-iphone-templates-psd-vector/. I haven't really addressed the overall design in this mockup, but for what it's worth, I think we might finally see unibody (no seams) using that "Liquid Metal" stuff but with a similar design aesthetic to the iPhone 6 and about the same thickness. This mockup is more about dimensions. I'd like to see the iPhone 7 come in three sizes: iPhone Mini (4"), iPhone (5"), iPhone Plus (6"). As you can see in my mockups, by reducing the top and bottom bezel as well as slightly reducing the left and right bezel, you can save a ton of space. The biggest compromise is reducing the Touch ID to more of a pill shaped button. While Apple has a patent about Touch ID being incorporated into the display itself, and Apple is bringing "Force Touch" to the Apple Watch, I still think we won't see that solution until the iPhone 8 when they could cut out the bezel completely (and could maybe use an e-ink hybrid display to show a home button when locked). For now a button is more obvious and easier to do. What's interesting in my mockup is that the iPhone Mini, despite having the same 4" screen as the 5S, is significantly smaller. It's actually a bit smaller than the 3.5" iPhone 4S and below (those devices have quite the chin!). This size is great for women and others who prefer a small screen size that fits into tight pockets. I know my wife and her friends would love this. The 5" and 6" sizes are also smaller than the 4.7" and 5.5" iPhone 6. For me I would absolutely love the 5" iPhone 7. The 5.5" Plus is just a little bit too wide (and long with the bezels which makes it slightly uncomfortable in my fairly loose-fitting jean pockets), but I do enjoy the larger screen. The 6" iPhone is for true phablet users, and comes in a size that is reasonable given the massive 5.5" iPhone 6 Plus. So what do you guys think? Would it be nice for Apple to simplify the devices across the line? 4", 5", and 6" just sounds so clean and nice and Apple-like. It also covers every possible customer base (think Google Nexus now coming in at 6" and the many people who prefer the smaller 4" size). I think pricing them at $199, $249 and $299 also makes sense. I know squashing the Touch ID button isn't ideal but might be necessary to reduce the massive bezels. Hopefully by 2016 the technology will be available to make an accurate yet smaller Touch ID button, as well as reduce the bezels while including software to prevent accidental touches. I would also like to know if a redesigned 4" iPhone should match the others with a sleep/wake button on the side or have it on the top like older models? Might be better on the top so that it doesn't accidentally get pressed on a smaller, palmed devicedespite not matching. Please let me know what you think!