The photos — leaked by Benjamin Geskin on Twitter, who claims to have a source with connections to Apple supplier Foxconn — suggest that a big update to the iPhone 7 could be on the way. However, it’s worth stressing that there’s no way of knowing for certain whether the images of Apple’s new flagship phone are legitimate. <!–more–>
They show multiple iPhone devices with an edge-to-edge glass screen and no obviously identifiable home button. They also appear to have a polished stainless steel chassis that makes it look similar in some respects to the original iPhone, which celebrates its tenth anniversary this year.
Several of the photos show a device with a dual-camera system on the back that sits in its own designated rectangle.