Ahead of the release of Apple's next generation iPhone this fall, designer Martin Hajek has used recent speculation surrounding a possible "Space Black" edition to create highly detailed renderings of what it might look like.

Posted to Hajek's website earlier, the concept images are featured sans headphone jack, "Force Touch ID," and a matte black finish. The "Space Black" title is only a rumor at this stage, but recent reports suggest that a darker "Space Gray" version is on the cards. A darker variant has already landed on all iOS devices and was last year extended to the 12-inch MacBook.

However, Japanese website Mac Otakara has claimed Apple will ditch "Space Gray" altogether in favor of a dark blue colorway. Hajek has covered all bases, creating both light and dark "space greys" and a third rendering in dark blue. Check them out above.

Meanwhile, it looks like Apple wants to stop iPhones from taking pictures at concerts and other locations.

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