“Apple’s 2016 iPhone, which we still call iPhone 7 for lack of a better name, will have the same overall design introduced by the iPhone 6 in 2014 — and that’s enough for many people to label it a ‘boring’ upgrade,” Chris Smith reports for BGR. “But that’s hardly going to be the case, as the handset will receive various upgrades under the hood and certain new design choices that will foreshadow the massive radical iPhone redesign coming next year.”

“One of the things Apple is supposedly doing differently in iPhone 7, compared to iPhone 6 and iPhone 6s, concerns the cameras, which are likely to receive a number of intriguing upgrades,” Smith reports. “Now a new leak from right inside Foxconn, one of the main companies that builds iPhones for Apple, shows us the purported camera modules from at least one of the upcoming 2016 iPhones.”

Smith reports, “Posted on Twitter by @the_malignant, the first photo in the set below shows what looks to be a food tray featuring Foxconn logos to prove that the source originates from within the company.”

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