The specifications for Apple’s forthcoming iPhone 7 appear to have leaked online, less than a week before it’s due to be unveiled at a special event in San Francisco.
A photo of a sheet outlining some of the key features of the iPhone 7 emerged on Chinese social media and appears to have originated in Hong Kong.
The sheet clearly shows plans for a 256GB version of the device, doubling the capacity of the current largest iPhone.
It also suggests that as well as coming with Apple’s own EarPods with a Lightning connector, the iPhone 7 will also be bundled with a ‘Lightning to Headphone Jack’ adapter.
It had been assumed that Apple would opt to offer one or the other, with the company certain to get rid of the traditional headphone slot.
Other key features such as Wi–Fi and LTE are mentioned in the sheet, which does not give away any hints about the iPhone 7’s design.
It’s widely believed that Apple will reveal a handset that's broadly similar to last year’s iPhone 6s, with an eye to extensively overhauling its smartphone range in 2017.
The iPhone 7 is set to launch on September 7th and is expected to go on sale the following week.