Alleged iPhone 7 leak caught on video
Short 'spy-shot' clip is circulated online of a new iPhone with no headphone output and a larger camera opening
The iPhone 7 is in production, so we've seen a lot of leaked photos of the device expected to be launched by Apple this fall.
Now we've got video.
Website 9to5Mac posted a quick seven-second spy shot of the iPhone 7, originally found on Chinese social media from unknown sources.
But since it's much harder to Photoshop a video than a still image, then there's a good chance that these are real parts and the images haven't been digitally altered. That doesn't mean that the video necessarily depicts authentic parts, though, because they could be unrelated knockoff parts meant to mislead.
The video does line up, though, with what we think we know about this fall's smaller iPhone, including:
•A larger camera opening suggesting an improved camera
•No headphone jack
•Redesigned antenna lines across the top and bottom of the device