Not satisfied with the leaked iPhone 7 photos from last week? Kicking this week’s iPhone 7 leak is a video from China that was initially posted on Weibo. The video shows a Chinese person giving a detailed look at a dummy unit of the Space Grey iPhone 7 and comparing it to the iPhone 6s.
The video corroborates perfectly with all the rumors of the handset that we have heard until now: repositioned antenna lines at the rear, larger camera hole at the rear, redesigned volume and power buttons, no 3.5mm audio jack, and stereo speakers at the bottom. The larger camera hole suggests that the iPhone 7 will feature a vastly improved camera than the existing iPhone, which is now easily being outgunned by the likes of the Galaxy S7 and LG G5 in the camera department.
Interestingly, the dummy unit of the iPhone 7 shown in the video features a mute switch that was missing from in one of the previous leaks. Considering we have not heard any rumors or reports about Apple dropping the mute switch from the iPhone 7 from reliable sources, it will be safe to say that the original rumor was just that: a rumor.
The iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus are expected to be unveiled by Apple in September. The handsets are expected to sport a similar design as the iPhone 6s, but will be dust and water-resistant. They will reportedly feature Apple’s A10 chip and slightly larger battery for improved battery life. While both phones are also expected to offer vastly superior camera performance compared to the iPhone 6s, the iPhone 7 Plus will reportedly feature a dual lens camera setup for even better low-light camera performance.