Apple is slated to take the wraps off the new iPhones in September this year, but a bunch of iPhone 7 rumors and part leaks have already emerged, revealing some of the phones' prospective features.

A new Apple iPhone 7 leak claims that the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus could sport a Smart Connector, plus a dual-camera setup.

Last month, purported schematics of the alleged iPhone 7 Plus popped up on a website showing off the design of the upcoming phone. The schematics have been supposedly sourced from Apple manufacturing partner Catcher Technology.

On Thursday, Japanese site Mac Otakara pushed out a report [translated] claiming that it is highly possible the schematics are the real deal.

Mac Otakara claims that the next-generation iPhone devices could arrive loaded with a dual camera setup that was earlier speculated.

Moreover, it also says there is a great chance Apple could really bring the Smart Connector port to the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus. The Smart Connector, which was debuted on the iPad Pro last year, could be used in accommodating a smart keyboard.

The report, though, shoots down earlier gossip suggesting the iPhone 7 phones will feature a thinner design as compared with the present flagship phones. However, it kills off buzzes that these will come with stereo speakers.

What's more, it reaffirms earlier speculation that these iPhones will veer away from the 3.5 mm headphone jack and claims that the Cupertino-based company is cooking up a new pair of Bluetooth earpods.

The report also says that two mysterious sensors will be placed at the top portion of the iPhones. However, it also says their purpose is not yet known at the moment.

When compared with the iPhone 6s phones, both the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus are said to have the same size as the current models.

One more possible addition to the iPhone lineup could be the True Tone display technology that is present in the recently-released 9.7-inch iPad Pro.

Speculation is rife that the iPhone 7 will carry a $649 price tag when it hits the store shelves.

As usual, take this with a grain of salt, as it is just a rumor, after all.

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