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Tuesday, 19 July 2016

Video shows a functional semi supposedly "iPhone 7"

China A new video shows a functional semi supposedly "iPhone 7" with the same features and design that were previously in other photos and video. This time another vision of what would be Apple's next iPhone is offered.

The new video Chinese microblogging site, Weibo, adds nothing new to the already seen what would be the next "iPhone 7". Still, it provides a practical overview of some of the planned changes, including redesigning and location of antenna bands and a larger camera. In the video, a Chinese narrator compares the supposed "iPhone 7" Apple iPhone 6s.

Near the end of the video, on the front of the device transparent plastic film, which is not the typical screen saver that will normally find in the device looks. The user pressed the start button after removing the transparent protective film, but when the phone seems to already be in the home screen, the same does not react. In no time the screen is touched by the user.

Another video released last week, also supposedly the "iPhone 7". He showed speaker holes misaligned with each other, suggesting that the housing comes from a preliminary design of a manufacturer, or is false.

The alignment of the speaker holes in the latest video, however, is much more accurate, yet the headphone output is absent, confirming earlier published images.

The video resolution is the maximum allowed for the Chinese social network (320 by 240 pixels). As an effect of low resolution when the orientation of the phone the parallax effect of iOS wallpaper is altered is not visible.

Apple is expected to launch the "iPhone 7" this year, probably in September.

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