A new 4K video of Apple’s upcoming flagship, the iPhone 7, emerged online has showed three iPhone 7 variants—iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus and iPhone 7 Pro.
According to a report on 9to5mac.com, a technology website, the 4K video was posted on YouTube by an account, named Bshop Kuwa, appeared to be linked to a Japanese iPhone reservation store.
The video gives support to the previous rumours that the dual camera component will be exclusive to the 5.5-inch iPhone 7 model while the 4.7-inch model will receive only a camera upgrade. The video shows a 4.7-inch gold iPhone variant along with two other 5.5-inch models in two colour variants—a silver and a rose gold.
The camera hole is substantially larger in the 4.7-inch model and one of the 5.5-inch model (potentially, the iPhone 7 Pro), while other 5.5-inch model consists of dual camera component. The two camera enclosed inside the pill-shape protruding component seems to be about a centimetre apart in the video.
Other changes like removal of the 3.5mm headphone jack and inclusion of two speaker grills were also shown in the video.
Off note, all the phones in the video has been spotted to bear A1429 as there model number, which actually identifies a version of iPhone 5 in Apple’s numbering scheme, putting a question to the video's credibility.
Apple is expected to launch the iPhone 7 officially in the second week of September. Also, Evan Blass, a famous tipster has confirmed that the sales to the consumers will begin September 16, one week after Tim Cook’s reveal.