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Video shows possible new iPhone 7 without headphone jack

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The rumors surrounding the next version of Apple’s iPhone have, as usual, spanned a wide range of possibilities. Now, however, we may have something a bit more concrete. 

On Sunday, a video surfaced that purports to show the iPhone 7, which is expected be released this fall, but hasn’t been shown off by Apple

The new video comes from a Weibo user in China and was posted on YouTube by 9to5Mac

In the video, which is narrated in Chinese, we see the supposed new iPhone 7 compared to an iPhone 6S. Based on the visuals alone, we see that the alleged new iPhone has redesigned antenna lines, a larger camera and, most importantly, no headphone jack.  Read more…

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Via: TechCrunch

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