Leaked video shows Camera app running on a working iPhone 7 prototype

By , Aug 4, 2016

iPhone 7 prototype Camera app GeekBar 003

Earlier this morning, we ran some pretty convincing photographs which appear to picture a functional, powered on iPhone 7 running Apple’s internal testing software, called SwitchBoard. Geekbar, the Chinese team who leaked these photos, has now published on Weibo video evidence to convince naysayers. The fit and finish of the claimed device shown in the photos and on this video screams an Apple product.

The 25-second clip shows the stock Camera app running in internal testing mode on what seems to be a 4.7-inch iPhone 7 (due to the lack of an iPhone 7 Plus-exclusive dual-lens camera feature on the back).

Here it is.

Is this really a working iPhone 7 prototype, do you think?

Let us know what you think in comments.

Source: Weibo via TechTastic.nl (Google Translate)

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  • malhal

    Ha so fake, didn’t time the video very well at all

  • Vince Reedy

    My .02 is this is exactly what the new iPhone will look like. Too many pictures confirming rumors now, especially this close to release.

  • Abhijeet Gupta

    First time ever I’m looking for another phone, I’ve used every iPhone since the first model came out in 2007, damn apple

    • Fanboy 

      Farewell, we won’t be missing you 🙂

    • Mustang5Oh

      So because of the way the phone looks you want a new phone? lol wow. I didn’t realize it was a fashion item but thought it was about the technology. Cya later.

  • Wonder what happened about Apple doubling down on security. They might as well announce the iPhone 7 a month early.

    • TornBodies

      u cant double down on security a month before launch the phones are being produced in the millions to be ready for launch

  • smtp25

    Calling fake – they didn’t show the headphone jack or lack of it, given that’s so controversial if you are showing the body of the phone in the video you’d show the top and bottom ends