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New video purports to give extended look at iPhone 7

At this point, we’re pretty sure of what to expect from Apple’s upcoming iPhone 7, given the number of rumours and leaks over the past few months.

But now, following a brief clip surfacing online last week, a new video, via 9to5Mac, claims to give us our best look yet at the handset.

The video, which was posted by a Weibo user, seems to show iPhone 7 casing for the smaller, 4.7-inch unit, which is expected to launch this September alongside a larger model.

Adding to the video’s legitimacy, the unit shown in the clip appears to conform to a number of rumours and reports that have been doing the rounds recently.

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Firstly, there’s no headphone jack, which has been one of the bigger rumours of the last few months. Instead there’s an additional speaker grille.

Elsewhere the antenna lines now seem to run along the bottom and top edges of the phone, as several previous renders have also suggested.

There’s also a larger rear camera, and the entire device appears to be wrapped in a Space Grey case that matches the iPhone 6S shown in the same clip.

A comparison of the two handsets reveals the camera lens has been moved closer to the rear corner of the phone, which appears to match a photo which was ‘leaked’ online earlier this week.

In terms of proportions, the purported iPhone 7 and iPhone 6S appear to be very similar, although the removal of the headphone jack should allow Apple to make the newer device waterproof and dustproof.

There’s obviously been no word from Apple on the legitimacy of this latest clip, so take this one with a pinch of salt.

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