Apple is likely getting ready to unveil new iPhone models in just a few weeks, so it's no surprise to see more sets of photos leak out, purportedly revealing the upcoming devices and what they might feature.
Rumours claim Apple might offer up to three different models of the iPhone 7 this year, including a "Pro" model that would bring major features such as a dual-camera setup. That said, the most recent leak (from LSA) seems to only reveal a pair of phones, though one of them appears to feature the dual camera. There are no metal connectors on the back, however, which conflicts with previous reports about the Pro model.
Keep in mind these pictures, which supposedly show the exterior of the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus, could simply depict dummy units.
As for that other set of leaked photos (via MacRumours), which show the screen assembly for the iPhone 7, they seem to be missing the cutout for a traditional home button, coinciding with previous rumours about Apple using Force Touch-like technology in conjunction with a Touch ID fingerprint sensor. In other words, the next iPhone might have a pressure-sensitive home button.
Check out Pocket-lint's rumour round-up for more details about the the next iPhone models, which will presumably sport the iPhone 7 brand. They are expected to be an interim update ahead of a 2017 overhaul in honour of the iPhone's tenth anniversary.
The gallery above has all the new leaks.