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The iPhone 7 might be doubling up on speakers

Alleged images of the iPhone 7 point to a second row of speakers and a larger camera, but that doesn't entirely agree with other leaks.

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A new alleged iPhone 7 leak is showing off some new -- and unusual -- features for Apple's upcoming flagship phone. Images posted to French tech website Nowherelse.com show off the potential chassis for the 4.7-inch iPhone 7, supposedly taken from a promotional video by an Italian case manufacturer.

The chassis boasts an extra pair of speaker grilles along the top of the phone and a larger camera hole. If the case is legitimate, it points to a design more in line with Apple's tablet range than its previous iPhones, with pairs of speakers at the top and bottom of the device.

Previous iPhone 7 leaks have shown a device that looks far more like the current iPhone 6. These images do show evidence of already rumoured features, like the Lightning port replacing the 3.5mm headphone jack and larger camera lens.