Another leaked video originating in China claims to show us what the iPhone 7 will look like. Specifically here, it's all about the rose gold iPhone 7. What seems to be just a casing for the device is being compared on video to the iPhone 6s from last year.
Recently we've seen many images and videos portraying what are essentially dummy iPhone 7 models or just its metal casings, and it's impossible to tell if these are actually leaked original parts, or just items designed and built according to the rumored iPhone 7 schematics.
If the latter is true, then keep in mind that if those schematics weren't accurate, neither are these dummies and casings. On the other hand, everything we've heard so far about the iPhone 7 seems to corroborate the design portrayed in these leaks, so it's probably what it will end up looking like.
As usual, Apple should unveil the iPhone 7 at an event in September, with sales starting within two weeks after that. This year's model will be an evolution of the iPhone 6s when it comes to looks, and not the revolution Apple has gotten us used to every two years (the new design cycle is now moving to every three years, apparently). The most striking things about the design are the moved antenna bands and the lack of a 3.5 mm headset jack. The phone is rumored to get a bigger battery than its predecessor, so it might be slightly thicker too.