If it’s the real thing, Apple better get a handle on all of these iPhone 7 leaks.
Italy-based Apple-tracking site MacityNet has published an image of what it claims is the upcoming iPhone 7. The image shows four iPhones featuring the same design, including an Apple (AAPL) logo and “iPhone” branding on the back. All four of the devices are wrapped in plastic, but appear to come with the same colors as iPhone 6s models, including gold, rose gold, silver, and space grey.
However, unlike the iPhone 6s, the antenna lines used to help the device connect to cellular networks sit around the edges of the back of the device. The camera is also notably larger. Both features confirm earlier rumors that Apple was planning a much nicer camera for the iPhone 7, as well as new placement for its antenna lines to create a sleeker look. The images also look quite similar to those published earlier this week by NoWhereElse, a site that, in the past, has leaked several accurate images of Apple hardware.
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Speaking of NoWhereElse, the France-based technology site also got into the leaking mix on Thursday, publishing its own slate of images it says depict the iPhone 7. Those images show devices that are nearly identical to the photo published by Macitynet, but don’t appear to have the same white antenna lines. Instead, the NoWhereElse leaks show a grey-ish color in certain versions of the handset.
Apple-tracking site 9to5Mac earlier reported on the images.
So, what’s real and what’s not? It’s impossible to say. Apple is notoriously secretive and will not share any details on its devices until it announces them. It’s impossible to know for sure whether the devices depicted in this latest photo dump and earlier are the real thing, prototypes Apple was testing, or mockups developed by hoax-loving people who have heard all the rumors and are trying to fool the Internet.
However, a mounting number of images have been leaking online from a wide variety of sources. And in the vast majority of cases, they depict devices that look nearly identical and come with all of the features rumored to be coming to this year’s iPhone, including a slightly redesigned chassis, different placement for the antenna lines, and a bigger camera for better photo quality. The big iPhone upgrade, countless rumors say, will launch next year when Apple offers a device with an all-glass enclosure and new screen technology.
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Apple is expected to announce its next iPhone, believed to be known as the iPhone 7, later this year. If history is our guide, it’ll launch around the same time as the next iteration of iOS, iOS 10, which is slated to hit devices this fall.
Until then, expect many more iPhone 7 image leaks.