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A Prototype 'iPhone 7 Plus' is Shown in a New Video

The handset is a bit thinner than the current-generation iPhone 6s Plus
August 3, 2016

As we continue to get closer the introduction of the next-generation iPhone, a new video is showing off what the “iPhone 7 Plus” might look like.

Beautiful blue

Beautiful blue
The prototype is compared to the iPhone 6s Plus.

The prototype is compared to the iPhone 6s Plus.

Posted by Unbox Therapy’s Lewis Hilsenteger the video shows off a prototype of the handset. As stated on the video’s description, the mockup was provided by BeSound, a company producing noise-canceling Lightning earbuds.

The prototype features a number of previously rumored features including a dual-lens camera, no 3.5mm headphone jack, and a Smart Connector. During the video, Hilsenteger shows that the prototype iPhone is a bit thinner than the previous version.

Even though Hilsenteger kicked off the stupidest iPhone related “controversy” on record when he bent an iPhone 6 Plus, he has accurately leaked unreleased iPhone parts. Back in 2015, he correctly showed the changes Apple made to the frame of the iPhone 6s.

With the new models expected to be unveiled in a little more than a month, this does provide an interesting look at what we might see in September. While I like the blue color of the prototype, I hope Apple’s final version will be a darker hue.