Apple Inc. is just days ahead of launching its iPhone 7, but rumor mills are just not stopping. Recently, a pair of stickers used to identify test iPhones allegedly popped up on Twitter. The pair of labeling units are in the rumored dark black and “piano black” colors. The labels, both of them, identify the test iPhones as model “D10,” just like the other leaked images of a running “iPhone 7,” notes a report from Apple Insider.
More color options for the iPhone 7?
The glossy piano black prototype sticker was of a 256 GB model whereas the matte dark black prototype sticker was of a 128 GB version. As per a regular Twitter leak source The Malignant, the “piano black” prototype was slated to be returned on August 22.
Previously, the Malignant disclosed that Apple had at least three prototype varieties at one point – D12, D11 and D10. In addition, there was a time when rumors indicated that the Cupertino-based firm was considering around 3 different “iPhone 7” variants, including a “pro” model. However, the current rumors say the firm will launch conventional standard iPhone and the Plus models on September 7.
Much of these existing speculations about the “iPhone 7,” including the two dark shades of the black listed on the test stickers of Sunday was reiterated in an analyst’s note on Saturday. The two new models of the iPhone are anticipated to dump the legacy of 3.5-mm headphone jack, include a better 3D Touch sensor and implement the “A10” processor. The much-awaited iPhone 7 model is expected to have a 12 MP dual-lens rear-shooting camera, and 3GB RAM.
How to watch Apple event?
Apple Inc. sent out the invites for the September 7 media event earlier this week. The media event slated for Wednesday will start at 10 a.m. PT (1 p.m. ET) at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco. The iPhone maker will live stream the event if you cannot attend it, and is using HTTP Live Streaming (HLS) tech to live stream the show.
However, the tech locks down some software and hardware, meaning it would not be compatible with all the devices. People who want to watch the event need an iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad running the iOS 7.0 or later. The Mac users will be able to watch the live stream, if they have OS X v10.8.5 or later or Safari 6.0.5 or later.
And, if you have the second or third-gen or the 4th gen Apple TV with software versions 6.2 or later you can watch the event. Also, you can live stream by using the Edge Browser, if your computer runs the Windows 10. Also, there are chances that Apple Inc. will live tweet the event this time as it recently updated the @Apple account with a new company profile image and a background photo.