Apple iPhone 7-6 SE: Prototype stickers affirm new color options and memory sizes
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Just a few days ahead of its launch, a few Foxconn employees smuggled stickers from alleged iPhone 7 test units out to lunch and showed them to the world. They finally ended up on Twitter, where we can see the model number of the test unit (D10 in this case), two of the newly rumored color options (dark black and piano black) and all of the three storage options of the next iphone, namely 32 GB, 128 GB and 256 GB.
Apparently, Apple originally planned for three iPhone models this year, test units were named D10, D11 and D12 respectively. However, only two models actually made it to the mass production lines, one was abandoned on the way. Two of the stickers shown below just surfaced recently, after KGI-Analyst Ming-Chi Kuo revealed a massive amount of detailed information about the next iPhone models. Apple will officially introduce them on September 7th, together with an updated Apple Watch and the final release of the next wave of Apple OS-versions.
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