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The iPhone 7 may have a few tricks up its sleeveThe latest leaked images of the iPhone 7 show three important changes coming to Apple's newest device in September. But are they enough to lure buyers?
[MUSIC] If the latest leak is legit, we may see some important changes coming to the iPhone coming in September. Judging by the new photos published on the French tech blog, NowhereElse, the iPhone 7 will have no headphone jack, a larger camera, and sleeker antennas. Now this is not the first time we've seen or heard about these cages. But the rumors are making it more and more likely as the September launch date approaches. According to the site Apple has begun production on the iPhone 7. Siting valuable context within the subcontractor factories as the leakers of this information. No headphone jack means it could have a slimmer body and enough room for an extra speaker. Making it the first iPhone with stereo sound. The wider lens point that changes in the camera for the 4.7 inch model Suggesting only the 5.5 inch model could be sporting that dual camera we've been hearing about. And the third visible difference shows a change in the position of the antennas, that would border the edges rather than cut across the back. Is this gonna be enough to tempt buyers? Whether or not it is, there's no question the iPhone 7 will have to compete against an army of high end phones with similar features this year. and with talks of Google manufacturing its own hardware, the competition is only getting stiffer. [SOUND]