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Two days ago, a six-second clip gave us our first non-static look at a claimed iPhone 7 dummy case.

Last evening, French blog NowhereElse.fr shared another video that was posted to Chinese microblogging site Weibo, which offers a side-by-side comparison of an iPhone 7 casing against the iPhone 6s’s industrial design.

Corroborating prior rumors, the claimed clip shows a larger camera opening on the backside plus redesigned, more subdued antenna lines and—you guessed right—no headphone jack. If Apple follows its usual release schedule, the iPhone 7 will make its debut in September.

You can clearly see that the antenna lines on the claimed iPhone 7 casing run along the top and bottom only, with the horizontal lines seen on the iPhone 6s nowhere to be seen. Also, the iPhone 7 casing has a pair of speaker grilles for stereo sound, one on each side of the Lightning connector, and no headphone jack.

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Aside from the aforementioned lack of the 3.5mm headphone jack at the bottom, the casing shown on photographs has a larger camera opening with a curvature connecting the camera module to the backside, which results in a more seamless camera bulge appearance versus that on the iPhone 6s.

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And here’s the video, it runs two minutes and forty seconds long.

Plus, another comparison of the camera design and antenna lines.

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The removal of the headphone jack should make room for a bigger battery, which in the case of a 4.7-inch iPhone 7 is said to be sixteen percent bigger than the iPhone 6s’s.

The video doesn’t show off a 5.5-inch iPhone 7 Plus that is thought to provide some exclusive features to customers, such as a dual-lens camera system sporting a wider camera cutout, 3GB of RAM (more RAM is needed to process data captured by dual cameras), waterproofing, wireless charging, a Smart Connector and other perks.

What are your thoughts on today’s video?

Source: NowhereElse.fr (Google Translate)