This Leaked Photo Could Be The iPhone 7 Or 7 Plus

Last week, a picture of the cases for the next iPhone’s was leaked to the masses and showed off how the iPhone 7 could look like. Now, another picture has appeared on the Chinese website Bastille Post (via MacRumors) and it shows off what could be the final design for the iPhone 7 or 7 Plus.

Leaked iPhone 7 Picture

While it does show Apple’s new design for the camera by including dual-lens and having the back antenna band removed, it still doesn’t confirm whether the headphone jack has been removed in favor of proprietary ports.

As always, these are just rumors and we won’t know for sure what the final designs are. Apple is set to announce its next lineup of iPhones in September.

Source: Bastille Post via MacRumors

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