Earlier today, we got a nice glimpse of what looked like four fully assembled iPhone 7 devices. But who needs pictures when you can see Apple’s next device on video? Thanks to Chinese site Weibo, via 9to5Mac, that’s exactly what we’re getting.
The video, which is excruciatingly short at seven seconds long, appears to show off the final design of Apple’s upcoming flagship. Or, at least, the smaller model. Although the video is short, we still get a pretty good look at the handset, which has a larger camera, reportedly improved antenna design, and lacks a 3.5mm headphone jack.
Of course, we have no way of knowing if the devices seen in the video are legit, but they line up nicely with the pictures that have leaked over the past few weeks. The video also appears to confirm a darker shade coming to Apple’s lineup, although it’s not quite as dark as earlier rumors suggested.
We’re expecting Apple to announce its iPhone 7 in September, where, in addition to the lack of an 3.5mm headphone jack, we’re also expecting a tweaked home button, bigger battery, and 32GB of storage as the base option.
You can check out the video below for yourself.