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With the iPhone 7 manufacturing season well underway, and the official unveiling of the highly anticipated handset inching closer and closer by the day, it’s perhaps not all too surprising that we’ve been seeing so many images of actual, real-life ‘dummy iPhones’ popping up left and right — providing us with a plethora of vivid, realistic glimpses of what the actual device might look like, down to the color, when it launches some time later on this fall.
And now, thanks to the wonderful world of YouTube, we’re perhaps getting our most realistic glimpses of the upcoming device we have to date..
Uploaded to by avid YouTuber, ConceptsiPhone, on Wednesday, these new mockups appear to be harmoniously “on page” with just about every rumor we’ve hearing about in recent months — complete with that enlarged rear camera lens, redesigned antenna lines, Apple logo inlays, and more. The only difference between the handsets featured in this video and other previous leaks, as you can see, is that these appear to be the first mockups to showcase a trifecta of colors — including Gold, Rose Gold, and, in accordance with other, previous rumors, what the YouTuber refers to as that groovy “Space Black” — that we’re more than likely going to see hit the market this fall.
Whether or not these particular mockups are based on actual iPhone 7 schematics remains unknown; however, it’s highly likely that they’re just post-production dummy units — which tend to emerge, according to numerous reports, from the depths of Apple’s Far East supply chain around this stage in the game each year.
Be sure to check out ConceptsiPhone’s video below to get your daily iPhone 7 fix, and check back with us for more iPhone 7 news, rumors, and release information as it becomes available.
Are you getting excited for the unveiling of Apple’s iPhone 7? What color is your favorite so far? Let us know in the comments!
[The information provided in this article has NOT been confirmed by Apple and may be speculation. Provided details may not be factual. Take all rumors, tech or otherwise, with a grain of salt.]