With each passing day this week, we keep getting clear shots of the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus. Today is no different as the folks over at Macitynet have uploaded a photo that shows of the iPhone 7 in four colors: silver, space gray, gold, and rose gold. Sadly, the photo confirms that Apple has no plans of launching the iPhone 7 in a dark shade of blue/black color.
Instead, the company will continue to offer the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus in the same four colors that it does for the iPhone 6s: Silver, Space Gray, Rose Gold, and Rose Gold.
The photo also matches up with the previous iPhone 7 shell leak from earlier this week, with a large camera cut out and repositioned antenna lines. Looking closely, the photo also shows the redesigned power button on the handset. The photo is not of an actual iPhone 7 unit though, but of a mold that is used by third-party case and accessories makers for measurement and testing purposes.
The source behind this photo also reveals that Apple plans on launching three different variants of the iPhone 7 this year. A 4.7-inch iPhone 7, a 5.5-inch iPhone 7 Plus, and a ‘Pro’ variant of the iPhone 7 Plus that will also feature a Smart Connector at its rear. This is not the first time that we are hearing reports of Apple launching an iPhone 7 Plus ‘Pro’ and the leaked shell of the handset from earlier this week also had a Smart Connector at its rear which has given further credence to this rumor.
If Apple does end up launching an iPhone 7 Plus Pro, it will in all probability only offer it with 128/256GB storage variant. Otherwise, it makes little sense for the company to further complicate its smartphone lineup by offering three different variants of the iPhone.