Images of alleged logic board of iPhone 7s Plus leaked

Images for iPhone 7s Plus logic board along with the images of A11 chipset have been leaked online.

    An image of the four logic boards of the alleged iPhone 7s Plus has surfaced online. The image was shared by Benjamin Geskin who is a celebrated Apple evangelist.

    Images of alleged logic board of iPhone 7s Plus leaked

    The logic board is being speculated to be of iPhone 7s Plus since the placement of the screw holes is very similar with the logic board of iPhone 7 Plus. The image also reveals that
    the top narrow portion of the boards is wider than that of iPhone 7 Plus.

    Moreover, we already know that the logic board design of iPhone 8 has L-shaped two cell battery pack. This also makes it quite evident that the leaked images of the logic board are not that of a device that will house an OLED display. IPhone 8 is rumored to have the OLED display.

    Moreover, images of A11 chipset for the device have also been leaked from a different source.

    The logic board does not have any internal components on it but it is quite certain by looking at the pads etched on it that the board will house A11 chipset. It has also been reported that at least one of the models being launched by Apple this year will sport an Intel modem. 

    The supposed A11 chip images were shared on the Chinese social media account GeekBar last week, and the rear design of the chip is consistent with the pad on the bare logic board.

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