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This Might Be the Sketchiest iPhone 7 Rumor We’ve Seen Yet

A woman presses an Apple iPhone 6s on a 3D touch table at the Apple store on  Nov. 13. (AP Photo/Eric Risberg)
A woman presses an Apple iPhone 6s on a 3D touch table at the Apple store on Nov. 13. (AP Photo/Eric Risberg)

Even though the iPhone 7 will not be unveiled for at least seven more months, more and more rumors about its design and features emerge...




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