Apple iPhone 7 prototype reportedly leaked in a video originating from China

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Just a few months have passed since the launch of the iPhone 6S, but that doesn't start tipsters from posting leaks regarding the upcoming Apple iPhone 7. In fact a tipster has gone upto the extent of capturing the device in a factory video, which be supposedly refers to as the iPhone 7.

However the device that has been showcased in video lacks a various trademark features of iPhone including the Circular Home Button which comes embedded with TouchID. The alleged smartphone is made out of metal and features a selfie camera on the middle of the front profile.

Apple iPhone 7 prototype reportedly leaked in a video from China

In case you are wondering where exactly the video was shot, then do take a look at the video here. However for those who can't wait to find out the video was reportedly shot in Foxconn factory in China, or at least the tipster claims so. It worth noting that despite several attempt to make it look like a factory situation, the video hasn't left us convinced.

It might yet be another iPhone 7 leak which might turn out to fake. In fact a number of fake leaks of the Apple iPhone's are originating from China these days. So do take this with a grain of salt. For those unaware Apple is expected to launch the smartphone in late 2016.

SEE ALSO: Apple iPhone 7: 10 Amazing Concepts We Wish To Be Real

In another piece of new the Cupertino giants are also reported to launch a 4 inch display smartphone called the iPhone 7C in April next year.


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