The iPhone 7 has leaked plenty of times in pictures and videos. Today though, the folks over at Geekbar have posted what is apparently a working prototype of the handset.
The photos confirm the design changes that Apple will be making to the upcoming iPhone 7. This includes the antenna lines being moved to the top and bottom edges of the rear panel, a larger camera cut out to accommodate a larger sensor for improved image quality, stereo speakers at the bottom, and the lack of a 3.5mm audio jack. All of this was known previously as well, so this leak does not really bring anything new to the table.
At this point, there is virtually nothing left to be known about the upcoming iPhones from Apple. We already know how they look thanks to numerous leaks over the last one month, and reliable leaker @evleaks has also leaked when the handsets will go on sale and when they will be unveiled. While the new iPhones are going to retain the same design as their predecessors, they are going to be water and dust-resistant, which should be a welcome addition for many. It will also be interesting to see how the upgraded camera sensor on the iPhone 7 performs, especially since the likes of Samsung and LG have overtaken Apple in the smartphone imaging performance.[Via NWR]