If you’re a follower of leaked video and pictures you know that they’re never in high quality resolution which leaves much to the imagination. Now EverythingApplePro has been able to procure an iPhone 7 shell from Besound, a company who’s making lightning port headphones and bring us a 4k view. Accessory companies are often given shells, like this iPhone 7 shell, in order to have their goods release around the same time as the actual device. That being said, Apple might not take to kindly to Besound handing out their iPhone 7 shell or it could be another planned leak as many suggest is the case with all leaks.
In the video we see the iPhone 7 shell and notice just a few things that seem to be confirmed. The absence of the headphone jack and the inclusion of stereo speakers is the biggest confirmation. The relocation of the antenna bands, though the shell had fake bands painted on and the camera hump integration on the back. One thing that seems to remain is the mute toggle switch above the volume rocker something that was rumored to be gone. Even the front panel looks to remain the same despite the rumors of a longer ear piece and Force Touch home button. Curiously EverythingApplePro didn’t spend any time on the front panel.
Now EverythingApplePro claims this is the final design and nothing will change from here on out. I believe that the shells these accessory makers receive do not hold the entirety of the design and we could still see a Force Touch home button and elongated ear piece with the proximity sensor embedded. Apple knows there is bound to be some leaks and companies like Besound who don’t hold to NDA agreements so they’re not likely to give everything up. Check out the video from EverythingApplePro below and let us know in the comments what you think of this iPhone 7 shell and your predictions. You can also hit us up on Twitter, Facebook and Google+.[button link=”https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCj34AOIMl_k1fF7hcBkD_dw” icon=”fa-external-link” side=”left” target=”blank” color=”285b5e” textcolor=”ffffff”]Source: EverythingApplePro[/button]
Last Updated on January 23, 2017.