In recent months, there have been rumours and leaks indicating that the end of the traditional headphone jack on the iPhone is in sight. But now, a smartphone repair shop, Rock Fix, in China has posted photos of alleged iPhone 7 components, which indicate that this is not the case.
One of the photos is apparently of the 4.7-inch iPhone 7 Lightning cable assembly and indicates that the 3.5mm headphone jack still remains. Another image indicates that there may be dual-SIM trays, which would be a first for the iPhone. Finally, a photo of a SanDisk memory chip reveals that the upcoming iPhone may be available in a 256GB model.
There are also conflicting rumours over the purported dual-lens camera for the larger model.
Mass production of the iPhone 7 has supposedly begun, meaning we shouldn’t have to wait too much longer to hear more. Apple is expected to unveil the new iPhone in September.