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Aug 12, 2016 10:20 AM EDT

‘iPhone 7 Plus’ In Space Black As Shown In The New Leaked Photos


With Apple Inc.'s highly anticipated "iPhone 7" introduction likely just around the corner, there's a discernible small increase in the number of leaked photos coming through the pipeline.

The tech company certainly likes to keep its unannounced devices under wraps, but that naturally becomes more of a challenge the closer Apple's fans get to launch day. As it stands now, it looks like the "iPhone 7" will be announced on September 7 advancing the September 16 launch.

But, three photos claiming to be Apple's upcoming 7 Plus models were uploaded on the internet. Notably, the 7 Plus leak came out just hours after Apple's gold "iPhone 7" images were leaked online, according to BGR.

One image in particular provides gadget fans with a glimpse of what might be the first look of the tech giant's Space Black 7 Plus.

What's a little bit peculiar is that, while the photos of Apple's 7 Plus models will come with Apple's Smart Connector technology, the other uploaded image appears to lack the feature altogether.

However, it should be considered that while the 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch versions lacking Smart Connectors simply indicated iPhone on the back of the case, the 5.5-inch with Smart Connectors models become apparent to have an "S" inscribed below the device branding.

The images can be speculated that the Cupertino based company has the intention to release an "iPhone 7," "iPhone 7 Plus," and "iPhone 7s Plus" simultaneously in 2016. Or, the photos could be replica cases that have little bearing on the company's actual plans, based on the report of Apple Insider.

That being said, all these speculations are expected to be revealed next month, as Apple Inc. is believed to be in the process of making plans for an event to take the wraps off of the "iPhone 7" series.

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