A photo of the allegedly rear cover of a new iPhone appeared on the network. Some people think that this is an element for the upcoming iPhone 7S, while others point to a refreshing version of the iPhone SE.
On published photos in Slashleaks, we see the back of the smartphone case with a bite apple logo. Just behind them is a document stating that it is a N79 smartphone. The NXX format is known from the code names used for previous iPhone models. The person who provided the photo said that the visible parts were prepared for a refreshed version of the iPhone SE. Many claim that this is unlikely, as Apple refreshed the SE model in March – increasing the internal storage capacity of available copies. According to them, the 4.7-inch casing comes from the iPhone 7S, which next to 7S Plus and iPhone 8 should debut in September. The photos clearly show that the camera's eyelet is likely to be leveled against the surface of the case. In turn, the diode could be located just below the lens, and not like it has been until now – in a horizontal position, next to the camera eyepiece. Another interesting point is the information about the use of Ion-X glass, which covered the entire surface of the panel. The same solution was used in the Apple Watch Sport Edition display.Some even suggest that talk about fake processing. The apple logo in the middle of the case is supposed to be unevenly arranged. On the other hand, it may be a part that was simply rejected due to a manufacturing defect. Source: Slashleaks