Rumors have been circulating about what the iPhone 7 will look like once it's launched on September. However, fans are getting an unexpected closer look at the newest smartphone thanks to a reported leak from the Apple Club.

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Apple fans can't simply pass off the photos posted on the website as fake since it has released spy shots of Apple components before, like the camera lens on the iPhone 6 plus photos of iPhone 6 and iPad Air 2 internals prior to their official launch dates.

The photos have released quite the frenzy among hardcore Apple fans. However, 9to5 Mac is quick to tell the rest of the world that the recent spy shots prove nothing. "The photos don't really tell us anything useful unless the position of ribbon cables is of deep personal interest to you", the site says.

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Among the strongest speculations as to how the iPhone 7 will appear includes the elimination of the 3.5 mm headphone jack, which shows quite the leap for Tim Cook and his team. Not all fans received the reports very well, saying that it's too much of a change even for a company that's continuously pushed the boundaries of technology.

Fast Company reports that iPhone 7 will indeed ditch the headphone jack all together. Considering the legitimacy of the site, the story was picked up by plenty of other websites including Forbes, Fortune and The Verge.

"As has been rumored, our source confirms that the new phone will rely on its Lightning cable port for sound output to wired headphones. That port has been used for power and data transfer in recent iPhones. Users can also use wireless headphones," FC reports.

The insider goes on to tell FC that Apple is currently working with its longtime audio partner Cirrus Logic to adapt the audio chipset to work with the Lightning cable port. "Our source adds that the audio system will also leverage a new noise-canceling technology from Wolfson Microelectronics-a U.K.-based audio tech company Cirrus acquired in 2014. The software will be baked into the phone and also into the headphones that will plug into it, and will help remove background noise in music playback and in phone calls."

It is also believed that these wireless headphones won't come bundled with the iPhone 7 itself and will be sold separately. Instead, a beefed up version of the EarPods are currently in development and will be included in the box.

Wireless charging is another rumored upgrade for the due smartphone although it will not be the first to utilize the technology. The Apple Watch has been using inductive charging. Samsung's flagship phones have also been using wireless charging for a while now. By the looks of it, Apple is keen to apply the technology on its latest product. Other updates of the iPhone 7 reportedly include waterproof capabilities and a thinner body frame-because after all for Apple, it's always been the thinner, the better.

The tech tycoon is also reportedly looking to consider several designs for the new flagship plus a rumored smaller design of iPhone 6C due for release on March.

Apple has declined to comment following the iPhone 7 rumors.