Cases from the iPhone 6 and 6s Do Not Fit in the Next iPhone

Despite a nearly identical design in the upcoming iPhone Apple prevents reuse of cases and screen protectors because of individual design changes.
Everything points to the fact that the next iPhone-which is not going to be called iPhone 7 -get a design almost unchanged compared to the iPhone 6 and 6s.
Even if the next iPhone will have virtually identical dimensions, you will not be able to reuse your existing cases and screen protectors from the iPhone 6 or 6s in the next iPhone.
According to the Japanese page Macotakara reminder Apple for around on several of the sensors so that the holes in the cases, covering the front, no longer fit. However, most of all this change will mean that the gaps in the current screen protectors from the iPhone 6 and 6s won’t fit in the next iPhone.
It is the modified camera module in the regular iPhone and dual-camera in Plus model, which makes it impossible to use the more common cases, which only protects the back and frame. The hole for the camera and LED Flash on the back comes as also not here to fit, if it was up to the media.
Specifically, Apple allegedly split the proximity sensor at the front into two separate sensors, while the light sensor is believed to be moved from the left side to the right and become a tad longer. As for the camera, there is leaked contradictory information.
Some pictures and drawings show a camera that is completely flat with the rest of the back, while the other shows a camera that protrudes marked out with a afskrået edge all the way around.
If the camera will be of the latter character, it is very likely that many of the current cases can not sit properly on the back, because the holes in these are cut very exactly to the current camera design.
One thing can certainly be said with certainty: Cases from the iPhone 6 Plus and 6s Plus isn’t going to fit with dual-camera in the future Plus model, since dual-camera for good reasons will be somewhat larger.