While rumors continue to circulate regarding what to expect from Apple's forthcoming iPhone 7, here we see what appears to be the first real image of the phone.

As we already know, the iPhone 7 will not have a headphone jack. The other standout element is a new, protruding camera on the back of the device. The camera is located closer to the top left corner and appears to be a bit larger than the cam on the iPhone 6. The new design of the camera also suggests that there will be improvements in image quality.

And while this particular image is of the 4.7-inch iPhone 7, the 7 Plus is expected to feature a dual-camera system on the rear.

In addition to the newly-designed camera, we also see the revamped antenna lines on the back of the iPhone 7. The streamlined design is then noted at the edges of the phone. There have also been rumors of waterproofness, which may coincide with Apple’s decision to remove the headphone jack.

So while Apple's iPhone 7 is expected to be officially unveiled this fall, it appears that this is the first real image of the new device.

Stay tuned for more.

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