Apple’s iPhone 7 series will be launched in September. While one report is claiming it will be called iPhone 6SE, a video of what the new device will look like is already doing the rounds. The latest video, which has been shared on YouTube by Jonathan Morrison, puts the iPhone 7 Clone (which he claims to have got from China) next to an iPhone 6s, and shows the differences between the two phones.
In Jonathan Morrison’s YouTube video, you can clearly see the new design of the so-called iPhone 7 with the antenna lines being on the top rather than the back of the device, as it is the current 6s series. The iPhone 7 clone in the video has dual stereo speakers, another thing the leaks have claimed and no headphone jack, which remains of the strongest rumour regarding the Apple iPhone 7.
Morrison’s video has managed to clock over 250,000 views on YouTube alone, and given that Apple iPhone 7 is launching in September there’s a lot of interest on what this device will look like. A new set of images have also leaked on a Netherlands based website called TechTastic, which shows a set of iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus photos. The iPhone 7 Plus has a dual-rear camera set up on the back, which is another feature that rumours have been claiming. Some reports say Apple will launch an iPhone 7 Pro with dual rear cameras.
Apple iPhones are usually launched in the first week of September, and so far various ‘details’ are being leaked. The iPhone 6SE rumour started after a German website called apfelpage.de reported this, citing supply chain sources and packaging labels.
Apple’s iPhone sales are down, and the company will need a solid offering with the iPhone 7 in order to woo older customers and new ones. But reports also say this is will be a muted upgrade cycle from the company.
There are reports that Apple will keep the big changes for iPhone 8 in 2017 (which marks the 10th anniversary for iPhone), and instead introduce only minimal design changes for the iPhone 7. This could be one reason for calling it iPhone 6SE, but Apple has never ditched the numerical order till now.
We’ll have to wait till September to see what the actual iPhone 7 or iPhone 6SE looks like after launch.