An alleged hands-on video of the iPhone 7 rear casing has appeared online. It shows the Space Grey model and purports to reveal a couple of interesting bits and bobs.
For a start, it appears to substantiate other claims and rumours that Apple is ditching the 3.5mm headphone port for the iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus and a much-rumoured iPhone 7 Pro.
Instead of the headphone jack, there is a second speaker grille, as widely reported elsewhere. The antenna band at the top and bottom has been truncated, as expected.
The camera module looks similar to other leaks too, with a much larger ring around the lens.
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To be honest, even if these are genuine, off-the-production line iPhone 7 parts, there's little else we can glean from the short video that hasn't already been detailed elsewhere.
It was posted originally on Chinese website Weibo, then uploaded to YouTube where it has been viewed more than 55,000 times.
It's unlikely we'll see anything better than this on the build up to a likely September launch event, unless another Apple employee fancies leaving a prototype in a bar or something. But that will never happen surely?