All Leaked IPhone 7 Parts So Far

Posted: Jun 22 2016, 1:14am CDT | by , Updated: Jun 22 2016, 1:20am CDT, in News | Apple

All Leaked iPhone 7 Parts So Far
Leaked iPhone 7 Parts

We almost can build a complete iPhone 7 with all leaked iPhone 7 parts leaking from the Asian supply chain.

Apple's partners in Asia have begun manufacturing the iPhone 7. Over the past weeks several alleged iPhone 7 parts have leaked. The leaks include the iPhone 7 case revealing the new antenna line and camera lens design.

The iPhone 7 is much cleaner looking with the antenna lines pushed ot the edges. The camera lens mount is part of the case metal and not a separate ring as in the iPhone 6S.

Internal iPhone 7 parts that leaked so far include the memory modules made by SanDisk. The leaked storage modules have capacities reaching 256GB. If used, the iPhone 7 will have the highest storage capacity ever. Another clue is the missing 16GB module, suggesting that Apple is finally offering 32GB in the entry-level iPhone.

Another leaked part shows a 3.5mm headphone jack. This part is crushing rumors about Apple dropping the headphone jack in favor of lightning only headphones.

The leaked iPhone 7 parts also include the camera modules. Apple is likely offering single lens and dual lens variants of the iPhone 7.

The most recent leaked part support the rumors that the iPhone 7 will be a dual-SIM smartphone.

The missing parts include the iPhone 7 screen and logic board including the A10 CPU.

The iPhone 7 might come not in two but in three variants. Not all parts leaked will be in all models. Apple might introduce in a media event on September 13, the 4.7-inch iPhone 7, 5.5-inch iPhone 7 Plus and a 5.5-inch iPhone 7 Pro with dual lens camera.

We expect more iPhone 7 parts leak over the summer. We might even see a complete iPhone 7 leak before the official reveal.

See all leaked iPhone 7 parts in the gallery below.

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