The iPhone 7 has spanned the world in leaks, but this one comes from relatively unfamiliar Vietnam — and no, it doesn’t even show off one of those manufactured shells, though the leaker supposedly got this little treasure from a Foxconn affiliate plant.

It comes in the form of a video showing off what is believed to be the official adapter from a Lightning connection to a 3.5mm headphone jack. The iPhone 7 has long been rumored to drop the port.

If Apple is making a product to sell and/or graciously put in with each and every box, this adapter certainly would look like such a thing — pure white cable wrap and jack coverings with proper curves. The demonstrator showed off that devices not on iOS 10 will not support the accessory if it gets connected. He was able to get the adapter working with his headphones on his iPhone 6s running a beta version.

Source: Cafe Tinhte (Google Translate)
Via: Redmond Pie
Image: Cafe Tinhte

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