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iPhone 7 Pro schematic shows dual camera, no headphone jack

by Brandon Russell | April 27, 2016April 27, 2016 10:40 am PST

There have been rumors Apple could ditch the headphone jack in its next iPhone, and new schematics released by a Japanese magazine seemingly confirms this decision. That’s not all.

Also reflected in the image, which details an “iPhone Pro,” is a dual camera setup—something we’ve heard about for months now. We don’t know how Apple’s system will work, though previous reports have suggested it’ll allow users to switch between two different focal lengths, providing more shooting flexibility. We saw a similar implementation with the LG G5, giving users the opportunity to switch between standard and wide angle options.

Otherwise, the device featured in the leaked schematic doesn’t look all that different from Apple’s current design; the edges are rounded, and the top and bottom bezels are just as large as previous models. Also of note are the three dots on the back of the phone, which is apparently a Smart Connector, similar to what’s found on the iPad Pro.

There’s no way to verify the image’s authenticity, but it does line up with previous rumors we’ve herd—and it’s identical to the leaked images we saw earlier this year. With Apple’s expected fall release of the iPhone 7 fast approaching, we should see more leaks in the coming days and weeks.

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