IPhone 7 Clone Shown On HD Video

Posted: Jul 19 2016, 1:51pm CDT | by , Updated: Jul 24 2016, 9:56am CDT , in Apple


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iPhone 7 Clone Shown on HD Video

Chinese companies find it cute to produce iPhone 7 clones before the official release. A video shows us up close a $150 iPhone 7 mockup.

The iPhone 7 shells and leaked photos are likely most of the times showing a clone and not a genuine part. Chinese hardware makers produce iPhone 7 mockups that sell for $150 on the streets. These clones are made based on leaked CAD files we have seen floating around.

There is no new information in a new video that just got released on Youtube. The lady shows off such an iPhone 7 clone next to an iPhone 6S.

The iPhone 7 looks similar to the iPhone 6S, but will be a very different beast. The iPhone 7 Pro is intriguing. It will be exciting to find out what Apple's thinking behind the iPhone 7 Pro is. Will average consumers long for the iPhone 7 Pro, or has it only a limited target user group, like the iPad Pro? There are two more months we need to wait. The iPhone 7 keynote will take place early September.

The iPhone 7 will kill the 3.5mm headphone jack and has sleeker antenna lines. The design of the camera lens is also much improved. The lens mount flows out of the metal case. The camera performance will be improved as well as performance through the new A10 CPU. The storage will finally begin at 32GB and go up to 256GB (likely Pro only). The iPhone 7 is also supposed to be more water-resistant than the iPhone 6S.

Via 9to5Mac.

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