Video allegedly shows a working iPhone 7

Apple logoWe have already read a lot of rumors about the new iPhone and seen many leaks, but a new video has surfaced online today which allegedly shows us a working iPhone 7 for the very first time. Whether or not the device in this video is actually the iPhone 7 is anybody’s guess at this point in time, but the handset does appear to be quite similar to everything we have read about Apple’s upcoming iPhone so far.

It’s claimed that this handset is powered by test firmware so you don’t get a look at iOS 10 running on Apple’s next-generation flagship smartphone. What it does show is the alleged iPhone 7’s rear camera in action.

It’s hard to make out just how Apple has improved the camera on its next flagship smartphone because the video is too blurry, but we can certainly expect the camera to be better in the upcoming handset, it might very well be one of the most significant updates on the device.

The alleged iPhone 7 in this video appears to have the same design elements that we have heard about so far. The headphone jack is missing, it has dual speakers, a larger rear iSight camera, repositioned antenna bands, and a longer earpiece. Apple hasn’t confirmed yet when it’s going to show off the iPhone 7 but rumor has it that the event is going to take place in the second week of September.

Source: Ubergizmo

Tags: Apple, iPhone, smartphones

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