Apple just spoiled the iPhone 7 Plus on Twitter before Tim Cook unveiled it

Source: Apple/Twitter

Apple is expected to release the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus at today's keynote, but the company has already blown the lid off its new product — in a now-deleted tweet. 

Check out the glossy "piano black" color that will likely appear as a premium iPhone 7 Plus option. Piano black and matte black will replace the space gray on the iPhone 7 line. In addition, according to the tweet, we'll see an updated camera, water resistance, "stereo speakers" and "longer battery life."

The tweet is now down, but here's the phone in all its Batman-esque glory:

Apple's deleted iPhone 7 tweet
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Apple/Twitter
The new iPhone 7 Plus
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Cooper Fleishman

Cooper is Mic's tech editorial director. He was previously New York bureau chief at the Daily Dot.

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