Functional IPhone 7 Surfaces In Photos

Posted: Aug 4 2016, 8:27am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 10 2016, 4:50am CDT, in News | Apple

 
Functional iPhone 7 Surfaces in Photos
Working iPhone 7

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A working iPhone 7 running Apple test software has surfaced.

By know we know how the iPhone 7 will look like through many leaks of the iPhone 7 parts including the exterior parts. Now a series of photos surfaced showing for the first time a working iPhone 7.

The iPhone 7 shown runs the Apple testing software. The leak confirms yet again that the iPhone 7 has no headphone jack and that Apple introduces a bigger camera lens on the iPhone 7.

This leak is not supporting the rumored touch sensitive home button. The home button on this iPhone 7 looks exactly the same as the mechanical button on the iPhone 6S.

Based on the latest reports, the iPhone 7 will be unveiled on September 6, pre-order begins September 9 and the sales of the iPhone 7 kick off on Friday, September 16. The iPhone 7 might be called iPhone 6SE. There is no leak yet of the packaging that would confirm the name of the 2016 iPhone.

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