Apple watchers are expecting the release of the iPhone 7 in early September, and ahead of its release, leaked images and video claiming to be of the new device are trickling out. The leaks have fueled intense rumors about the device's look and features. Earlier this month, the internet was abuzz with talk of a "Space Black" iPhone.
However, the latest leak—a video and image from China that claim to show the iPhone 7—might put those rumors to rest. An image claims to show four iPhone 7 models, none of which were in Space Black. Instead, they're in the standard colors: Space Grey, Silver, Rose Gold and Gold.
The video, meanwhile, is short, just six seconds, and it offers a glimpse at some of the iPhone 7 rumored features, namely a larger camera, antennas that run along the side of the device to improve connection to cellular networks, and arguably the biggest change of all, speakers in place of a headphone jack.
It's believed that Apple plans to eliminate the headphone jack on its next iPhone. That means you'll either have to buy bluetooth headphones or rely headphones from Apple that connect to the opening at the bottom of the device, according to the website 9 to 5 Mac.
Apple observers caution that you should take all of these rumors and leaks with a grain of salt, because the company is notoriously secretive about its new products.