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New Leaked video highlights differences between 'iPhone 7' and iPhone 6s

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New Leaked video highlights differences between 'iPhone 7' and iPhone 6s

Taking the rumors to the next level of iPhone 7, new leaked video has done the comparison of iPhone 7 with existing iPhone 6s.

A new video and images posted to Chinese micro blogging site Weibo and picked up this morning by NWE offer a side-by-side comparison of an iPhone 7 against Apple's current flagship iPhone 6s.




Video doesn't show anything previously unrevealed about the forthcoming "iPhone 7," but it does offer a hands-on look at some of the anticipated changes, including moved antenna bands and a larger camera lens. In the video, a Chinese narrator compares the alleged "iPhone 7" to Apple's iPhone 6s.

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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.

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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.




Coming back to the video, near the end of the video, the host peels an irregular clear plastic film off the screen, which is not the screen protector found in the retail phone box. The host does hit the home button once after the film removal, but as the phone appears to be already on the home screen, the phone does not react. At no point is the screen touched by the user.



Another video published last week, also allegedly of the "iPhone 7," showed speaker holes not in alignment with each other, suggesting a case manufacturer's "blank," mockup, or fake.


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Apple is expected to launch the iPhone 7 this spring along with iOS 10, if the history has to be considered we believe that the launch event will take place in somewhere around September.



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Source: Macrumors 

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