We're just hours away from the iPhone 7 launch, and now we have an even better idea of what to expect. That's because some new pictures have emerged, showing the handset in its new colours, alongside some fresh rumours claiming it'll have improved video recording capabilities.
First, the pictures. These are renders rather than leaked shots we're afraid, but they still give a good hint as to what to expect come this evening. They come via a Middle Eastern blog, and show the iPhone 7 Plus in its two new colours: Piano Black and Dark Black.
These will reportedly join Space Blue as the new colours for the handset. It will also be available in the standard silver, rose gold and gold colour schemes.
Meanwhile, a Vietnamese tech blog clams to have had a hands-on with the new phone, and says that it can record 4K video at 60fps (rates per second). That's a step up from the 30fps offered by the iPhone 6S, and should make for smoother videos.
The iPhone event starts at 6pm tonight. We're also expecting Apple to drop the headphone port, add waterproofing abilities, and to give the iPhone 7 Plus a dual camera set-up. We'll bring you all the news as it happens, so stay tuned.
Apple Arab, Tinhte.vn via MacRumors