Alleged iPhone 7 Video Leaks Online — There Might Be Multiple Sizes

Alleged iPhone 7 Video Leaks Online — There Might Be Multiple Sizes
Source: YouTube
Source: YouTube

Apple will flaunt its new shiny iPhones in September — but in the meantime, a video of the alleged next-gen phones has emerged, and in impressive 4K. It may be unconfirmed but hey, at least it's packed with pixels.

The video (to the beat of some sweet tunes) was posted on YouTube this month and MacRumors links the uploader to a Japanese iPhone reservation store. The video shows three alleged iPhone 7 devices — a 4.7-inch gold one and two 5.5-inch devices, one in silver and another in rose gold. 

Based on this video leak, the iPhone 7 will feature larger cameras, no headphone jack (sorry haters) and relocated antenna bands. 

The alleged next-gen iPhones don't feature the rumored new home button, however. Speculation suggests the iPhone 7 home button would swap out its current design for something more like the MacBook's Force Touch trackpad, which would afford users with haptic feedback confirmation (and a more water-resistant device). 

But, again, these are simply mockups and should be taken with a grain of salt. Meanwhile, soak in the pixels, baby. We've got a few weeks to kill. 

Source: YouTube

Read more:
• When Will the iPhone 7 Come Out? Signs Point to One Date, and It's Soon 
• The Best iPhone 7 Videos That Reveal the Big Features of Apple's September Release
• Here's Everything to Get Excited About for the iPhone 7

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Melanie Ehrenkranz

Melanie is a writer covering technology and the future. She can be reached at melanie@mic.com.

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