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The iPhone 7 leak reveals: space black color, touch sensitive home button and no headphone jack

It is believed that the Apple Inc. is going to shortly announce the release date and specifications of its upcoming iPhone 7. But rumors have already provided some details of the new device before the company announces officially.

It has almost become evident that the tech giant based in Cupertino, California is going to remove the standard 3.5mm headphone jack for the upcoming iPhone. The company is expected to sell their new brand called “Apple Earpods” which will be using wireless earphones or earbuds.

The pictures leaked reveal that the headphone jack won’t be featured on the iPhone 7 models. The company will be installing stereo speakers instead; some speculators say but according to the news leaked by and a French website nowhere, there is going to be no such installation…

At the very bottom of the new smartphone, the speaker grills would be like an ornamental lodging for the microphone. The iPhone users will have to stick to the phone’s mono speaker besides using wireless earphones and headphones.

Moreover, the users may also be missing the physical home button. It is leaked that the physical button would be replaced with soft-touch virtual similar to the 2016 smartphones launched by Google Nexus.

According to the reports of Mashable, the iPhone 7 will have a new Space Black color variant. In this context, a Holland’s website, Techtastic, leaked many pictures of the upcoming iPhone 7 in Space Black flavor. The photos also show home button on the front side of the phone.

Furthermore, some reports indicated that the upcoming iPhone will also be coming in soft blue flavors. The speculated prototype of the Apple’s new product was also shown on YouTube by UnboxTherapy.

As we saw there are several news roaming around about the upcoming iPhone model so it is difficult to decide how the phone will really look like. Once the company officially announces the new model these speculations and leaks would be either confirmed or proved to be wrong.


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