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[TechRadar] Latest leaked shots points to a huge camera lens for the iPhone 7
Latest leaked shots points to a huge camera lens for the iPhone 7

<img src="" alt="Latest leaked shots points to a huge camera lens for the iPhone 7"/><p>If you're growing weary of <a href="">iPhone 7</a> rumours then you might want to take an extended summer holiday somewhere remote - they're going to come thick and fast between now and September, and the latest leaked image is <a href="">courtesy of</a> reporting on a Weibo posting from Chinese repair shop Rock Fix.</p><p>As you can see, we're looking at a rather large CMOS sensor for the new camera, which suggests this is a camera that's going to let in a lot of light (the <a href="">Samsung Galaxy S7</a> phones are excellent performers in low light, coincidentally).</p><p><img src="" alt="iPhone 7" width="420"></img></p><p>That's for the 4.7-inch iPhone 7, apparently, but there's also a new image from the 5.5-inch <a href="">iPhone 7 Plus</a> as well - in this case, as has been rumoured, we can see a dual-lens camera casing at the top of the backplate. As in previous years, it looks as though the bigger iPhone might be the one to get if you're a keen photographer.</p><p>None of these leaked shots can be confirmed as genuine just yet, of course, but the fact that they tie in with previous rumours and seem to come from a reliable source give them extra weight. And Apple has certainly been prepared to differentiate the two iPhones in the past.</p><p><img src="" alt="iPhone 7 Plus" width="420"></img></p><p>The last <a href="">we heard from Rock Fix</a> was when it was trying to convince us that the 3.5mm headphone jack is going to be present and correct on the 2016 handsets - the presence (or absence) of this port has been one of the biggest and most contentious rumours surrounding the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus, and we still don't know which way it's going to go.</p><p>Today Rock Fix has again asserted that the headphone port is staying as well as chiming in on the speculation that there are going to be <a href="">three iPhone models this year</a>: the Chinese outfit says the cheapest of the three models will replace the ageing <a href="">iPhone 6</a>, and may come with a dual-SIM slot to appeal to users in developing markets.</p><ul><li>Will the iPhone 7 have <a href="">Apple's biggest camera jump yet?</a></li></ul><p><em>Just how fast is the latest iPhone?</em></p><mediainsert caption="null" mediatype="YouTube" height="315" src="" width="420">YouTube :><img src="" height="1" width="1" alt=""/>

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