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Chinese media published a spy photo of iPhone 7 with Foxconn

Chinese resource Gizchine published the image, which allegedly depicted the new iPhone 7. The official presentation of this device is expected in autumn 2016.

Judging by the pictures, the device looks different from all released before the iPhone. So, 2.5 D protective glass takes up almost the entire front panel, and the machine etched on the wireless charging pad. The resource claims that the image received from a source at Foxconn.

It is noteworthy that the smartphone is equipped with a physical Home button with the fingerprint scanner Touch ID, and on the bottom edge, in the style of iPhone 5s – 3.5 mm audio Jack. This contradicts information received by the end of 2015. Front camera iPhone 7 is located near the spoken speaker like on the iPhone 6s.

On the picture of the device disassembled you can see the battery pack with the Apple logo and the processor is the next generation of Apple A10.

At the beginning of December it became known that Apple is developing at least five prototypes of the iPhone 7. Various modifications of the smartphone features support for the following standards and technologies: compatible with headset connector USB-C, dual camera, 3D technology, improved Touch recognition function of the fingerprint using display and support wireless charging. It is not excluded that a prototype has an OLED display.

Also, according to preliminary information, the future iPhone may be deprived of the connector diameter of 3.5 mm for headphones. Be connected they will be to the Lightning connector, which is used for charging. To unsubscribe from mini-Jack vendor allegedly for the sake of further reducing the thickness of the device.

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The authenticity of the images presented today raises questions, so it may be a fake, or one of the prototypes of the iPhone 7.

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