Leaked Video of iPhone 7 Allegedly Shows What Device May Look Like — And It's Sleek

Leaked Video of iPhone 7 Allegedly Shows What Device May Look Like — And It's Sleek
Source: YouTube
Source: YouTube

The iPhone 7 will likely appear in September 2016. Until then, all we have are rumors and alleged photos and videos "leaked" from China, where the phones are assembled. 

The latest leak, unearthed by 9to5Mac, is a video of what appear to be two iPhone 7s. The video is only 6 seconds long, but it shows two thin, round-edged, sleek phones held in someone's hand. 

Source: YouTube

The video, if real, confirms a lot of rumors we've heard in the past. The phone has a larger hole for the camera lens, double speaker grills and no headphone jack. It might be time to invest in some Bluetooth headphones. 

Read more:
• iPhone 7 Rumors: Here's Everything We (Think) We Know So Far
iPhone 7 Leaks and Rumors: This Is What the Next iPhone Is Probably Going to Look Like
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Alexis Kleinman

Alexis is the editor of The Future Is Now.

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