There’s a new high quality 4K video rendering of the upcoming iPhone 7 that quite interestingly showcases the flagship smartphone from Apple in three variants the iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus and iPhone 7 Pro.
The video was posted by a YouTube account named Bshop Kuwa, which according to Mac Rumors, looks to be connected to a reservation store for the smartphone in Japan. And as expected, the video is more like a summary of the previous speculations about the device, including the basic specifications like the screen size and dual-camera feature.
Additionally, the same video claims that the 4.7-inch iPhone 7 variant will be wrapped in the color gold while the two bigger models will come with 5.5-inch screen displays and two colors, namely rose gold and silver. Of course, the very much hyped absence of the 3.5 mm headphone jack is also seen, while there seems to be two new speaker grills in the phones.
But the Deccan Chronicle did mention one very intriguing fact about the video a model number that seems to be representing the older iPhone 5. According to its report, all the three variants in the video showed an embedded code of “A1429,” which accordingly belongs to one version of the old flagship phone from Apple. Hence, it’s pretty hard at this time to say if the video is a legitimate one, unless Apple would confirm it something the company isn’t really known for when it comes to supposed leaks of its products.
The upcoming iPhone 7 is rumored to be launched later this year, with September as the ideal release date considering that the company is expected to be doing a major event for the month. However, there still is no certainty as to actual date of release since Apple hasn’t really been accommodating in addressing questions and confirming rumors. Well, it has been always like that for the American tech giant.