Leaked: Working iPhone 7 Plus Captured On Video For The First Time In Action

Apple has officially confirmed that it will be holding an event on September 7th, where we guaranteed to see a new iPhone announced during the media event. Before that action, yet another video leaked on the web, showing the bigger 5.5-inch iPhone 7 Plus live. Coming from the often accurate Sonny Dickson, the leak comes in the form of a simple tweet.


Apple’s possible iPhone 7 Plus specs sheet may reveal Lightning headphone jack, and of course the increased storage base as well. Although Apple is ditching the classic 3.5mm headphone port in order to make users plug their headphones into the iPhone’s Lightning socket were true. Previously, the document appeared and showed the details of an “iPhone 7 Plus” includes “EarPods with Lightning connector“. Also includes other description, that mentions the lightning to headphone jack adapter and a Lightning to USB cable.

In fact, we are talking about the iPhone 7 Plus video leak, the tweet was so simple that id didn’t have any text with it, but was a single video shot which claims to show an iPhone 7 Plus is fully working order and powered on. For the first time we would have come in front of such video clip, and we can’t guarantee it’s genuine.

Six days left with the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus set to be announced. On September 7th for a release a week later on 16th or two weeks after on 23rd, depending on which rumor you believe in. Then we can definitely look at the next year’s iPhone instead!

(source: @SonnyDickson [Twitter])

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