New Leaked IPhone 7 Rear Shell Shows Giant Camera Lens

Posted: May 23 2016, 3:03am CDT | by , Updated: May 24 2016, 8:32am CDT, in News | Apple

New Leaked iPhone 7 Rear Shell Show Giant Camera Lens
Source: Weibo 我是老莱

The early rumors that the rear of the iPhone 7 is flush do not hold up. New leaked iPhone 7 shell has an even bigger camera lens.

The iPhone 7 is reportedly still in development, but the production launch is imminent. In our daily scan of the Chinese social media services we discovered a new iPhone 7 leak consisting of a iPhone 7 rear shell and an iPhone 7 internal cable.

The leaked iPhone 7 rear shell has no printed text on it. It seems the leaker grabbed the shell before that step in production. If legit than this iPhone 7 rear shell is likely from a Catcher Technologies plant.

This iPhone 7 rear shell once more confirms the new antenna line design. Apple moved the lines to the edges of the shell, which looks much cleaner than on the iPhone 6S. The disappointing aspect of this iPhone 7 shell is the huge protruding camera lens. It appears to even stick out more than on the iPhone 6S.

The camera on the iPhone 7 appears to make a big jump in quality using new bigger optics. It looks like Apple not only dramatically change the iPhone camera with the introduction of the dual lens camera, but also the single lens camera is going to upgraded in a big way.

We are not able to derive any insights from the leaked cable. You can see the photos of the leaked iPhone 7 part in the gallery of this report.

Over the weekend iPhone 7 parts leaked that suggest that the iPhone 7 will come in 16GB, 64GB and 256GB storage configurations. Apple seems to be sticking to the 16GB entry level model, despite growing outrage amongst consumers.

Another stunning leak of an iPhone 7 prototype shell suggest that Apple is introducing four speakers similar to the iPad Pro. This leak could be the confirmation of an iPhone 7 Pro.

Apple is expected to release the iPhone 7 in September.

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