New leaked footage shows iPhone 7 prototype in action
This has to be the real thing!
Over the course of the year leading towards Apple’s September iPhone 7 release, many third-party organizations have tried to deceive the internet of the iPhone 7 in action. From curved surfaces to full-bodied touch screens, it is pretty tough to distinguish if what was witnessed was the actual phone or not. There is a vast population of people buzzing about what the iPhone 7 will look like, how it would function differently, and what new extended features it offers.
Recently, a video surfaced on the internet of the alleged final version of the iPhone 7.
The video shows what appears to be a prototype with a polished, and very professional near-final design. Note that this is not a concept art used to trick people into believing it’s the real thing, but actual footage of the smartphone with a very different architectural design.
[Update]: Popular YouTube channel Unbox Therapy has released an entirely different footage of the iPhone 7’s final chassis. The video apparently shows the iPhone 7 Plus. What the video confirms is the long running rumor of a radical dual lens camera in the back as well as the dreaded lack of a headphone jack. According Forbes, the chassis was made and developed from Besound, a wireless headphone developer.