Apple iPhone 7 prototype Video appears!


After many speculations about the Apple iPhone 7 now we have a video allegedly showing its prototype. Though the makers of the video apparently tried hard to make what they are showing a real iPhone 7 but we can take it no more than a grain of salt. Many things still remain unclear, but to get a basic understanding about what the upcoming iPhone 7 will be, the video gives us a good inside.

Analyzing the details out of alleged video we can either expect the iPhone 7 to introduce a new design concept or the device in the video is a fake.

The interesting video shows the would-be iPhone 7 prototype with an impression of it being filmed secretly. The person holding the device seems like a worker in assembly line who appears to be getting a snap of the device. However at this stage we can expect to get a view into iPhone 7 only in such a manner.

The video apparently comes out of Foxconn as we can spot a part of its logo in the video. It seems a daring attempt to leak a view of official prototype of the much anticipated iPhone 7. Besides all these, we have some close view into the concept of upcoming iPhone 7, if the alleged video proves real. There are many hints to sketch out the future iPhone model following the alleged video.

iPhone7 prototype video

Having a look into the alleged iPhone 7 prototype we find the device with no home button and bezels. With a bezel less design we can spot the main camera placed in middle with not flash. Like the rear camera the front camera is also positioned in middle.

Analyzing the details out of alleged video we can either expect the iPhone 7 to introduce a new design concept or the device in the video is a fake. This is however not first experience with iPhones as we also found a similar video linked with the iPhone 6 before it was officially announced.

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