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In the past months, many rumors about the upcoming iPhone 7 started appearing on the internet. In concordance with a new leak, Apple is expected to release three new iPhones 7 models in September 2016. The upcoming trio that Apple will release consists of the iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus and iPhone 7 Pro.

According to the leaked images, it seems that the iPhone 7 Pro will be the top smartphone from this “family” and it will feature a dual-lens primary camera on the rear side and a Smart Connector (it can be identified by the three dots on the lower back) which will allow connected devices to share power and data.



Unfortunately, it seems that the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus will not get the two mentioned features. This will most likely disappoint a good amount of iPhone Plus fans who have been expected to get at least the dual-camera setup. In other words, there will be more people who will want to purchase the iPhone 7 Pro just to get the two features, but they will need to pay $100 or even more for it.

We remind you that the original source was claiming that there will be an iPhone 7 Pro since back in March 2016. The source was a well known Apple analyst that goes by the name of Ming-Chi Kuo. Since then, he stopped talking about the iPhone 7 Pro, but according to this new leaked photo, it seems that he was right after all.

We are not sure if Apple did well by splitting its iPhone range into four models (iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus, iPhone Pro and iPhone SE), but we will see how the sales will go this year.

However, it is clearly that the iPhone 7 Pro will most likely be the most wanted smartphone from Apple. It will be also the most expensive smartphone from Apple, but we are pretty sure that the fans will save some money for it and purchase it once it hits the stores.

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