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Here’s the New Video Comparing the Purported iPhone 7 With iPhone 6S

The iPhone 7 might have found its way into yet another video out of China.

A video was published online over the weekend by an unidentified man in China who claims to be holding the iPhone 7. While it’s unknown whether the device is indeed Apple’s (AAPL) next iPhone, the man compared the smartphone to the company’s currently iPhone 6S. At first blush, it appears little has changed.

If the device in the video is the real deal, the iPhone 7 will ship with a much larger camera hole than its predecessor and might come with a modified design featuring antenna lines around the edges instead of straight across the back. It also has dual speakers and ditches the headphone jack.

If real, this iPhone would be the first model to ship without a headphone jack. Beyond that, the device in the video displays the same black Apple logo, the familiar “iPhone” branding, and few other changes.

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The video was earlier discovered on Chinese microblogging site Weibo by Apple-tracking site MacRumors.

While leaks out of China and especially those that center on Apple shouldn’t always be trusted, there is reason to lend at least some credibility to the video. For one, Apple manufactures its iPhones in China, and it wouldn’t be difficult for someone to swipe one of the millions of handsets on production lines to record a quick video. In addition, the device in the video looks nearly identical to all recent leaks, featuring a barely-tweaked iPhone design and only minor modifications.

Indeed, over the last couple of weeks, a slew of images and videos have launched showing what look to be the next iPhone.

The other component to the video’s credibility factor is the mounting number of rumors that have suggested Apple isn’t launching a major iPhone update this year. Instead, the company will launch a minor upgrade in 2016 featuring a slightly-modified design with a bigger camera lens and some internal enhancements. The big update, those rumors say, will come in 2017 when Apple launches an iPhone with an all-glass enclosure and a new, organic light-emitting diode (OLED) screen.

Still, this is Apple, one of the most secretive companies in the world. So, there’s a chance that the iPhone featured in the latest video leak is fake or could be a prototype Apple was testing before it chose a new design. At this point, only Apple knows what it has planned and if history is to be our guide, the company won’t showcase its new iPhone until it’s ready to hold a special press event later this year.

However, given the latest series of leaks and Apple’s ability to keep things quiet seemingly in decline, the latest comparison between the iPhone 6s and purported iPhone 7 could be legitimate.

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Apple did not immediately respond to a request for comment on the leak.