IPhone 7 Case Slipped On IPhone 6S Shows Major Changes

Posted: Mar 18 2016, 4:00am CDT | by , in News | Apple


iPhone 7 Case Slipped on iPhone 6S Shows Major Changes
Credit: Unbox Therapy

Lewis Hilsenteger at Unbox Therapy ordered the alleged iPhone 7 cases that surfaced a while ago and tried it on an iPhone 6S with interesting results.

The first iPhone 7 cases surfaced in Chinese market places like Alibaba. The cases revealed two major changes compared to an iPhone 6S case. The camera cut out is larger and asymmetrical and the cut outs on the bottom suggest that there is no 3.5mm headphone port.

Lewis Hilsenteger has ordered an alleged iPhone 7 case and tried it on an iPhone 6S. The dimensions perfectly fit. This would means that the iPhone 7 is exactly the same as the iPhone 6S. The major difference is the location of the camera. The iPhone 7 case is partially covering the iPhone 6S lens. Not only is the iPhone 7 lens bigger, but also at a different location.

Also weird is the larger cut out for the Lightning port. Lewis also confirms that the headphone jack does not fit through the cut outs on the bottom. Watch the video below that is showing the differences very clearly. The changes are very distinct, which makes it likely that the case is indeed the real deal. How else would the case makers come up with these very specific measurements of the cut outs. 

Recently leaked schematics of the iPhone 7 confirm the rumors and available cases that Apple is keeping the overall design of the iPhone 6S in the iPhone 7.

Read everything we know about the iPhone 7. Apple is expected to unveil the iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus and potentially an iPhone 7 Pro in September. Next up though is the Apple March 21 event, which is expected to reveal the iPhone SE.

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<a href="/latest_stories/all/all/2" rel="author">Luigi Lugmayr</a>
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