Jun 03, 2016 12:03 PM EDT

iPhone 7 Leaked Photos Confirm 'Supercamera' Feature?

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iPhone 7 leaked photos may have confirmed the smartphone's newest feature. The images come from a case manufacturer.

Daily Mail reported that Oppomart appears to have unknowingly become the source of the iPhone 7 leaked photos. The case manufacturer has already begun accepting preorders for the smartphone's Plus case.

Apparently, the iPhone 7 leaked photos revealed that the phone will have dual camera as well as connectors for smart accessories. Apple is believed to be replacing the device's camera with a dual lens that takes "DSLR quality" pictures.

There have already been speculations that the iPhone 7 will have similar physical features with iPhone 6. It is expected to be announced in September.

The phone's regular model is said to only have access to the traditional single lens camera. The iPhone 7 leaked photos confirmed that the phone's Plus version will have a port at the back for users to connect a Smart Connector. The connector may support new accessories for the iPhone 7 Plus along with existing iPad Pro add-ons such as the Smart Keyboard.

The publication noted, though, that the iPhone 7 leaked photos could be "an elaborate fake to attract customers to the firm." Oppomart has also admitted that it can't confirm if the pictures are of the real handsets. "We can't confirm now, the factory said they got the phone's drawing from Foxconn," it said.

According to 9to5Mac, there were reports that plans for the iPhone 7 Plus with Smart Connector has been ultimately dropped by Apple during the final production of the units. It is possible that the case could have been built based on this outdated information.

The iPhone 7 leaked photos have also confirmed that the device will not have holes for a 3.5mm headphone jack. This led to speculations that the new iPhones will be waterproof.

Moreover, the smartphone will have a more powerful A10 processor and GPU SoC. The iPhone 7 Plus will also have a whopping 3GB of RAM.

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