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An iPhone 6S Plus is seen at the Apple retail store in Palo Alto, California. REUTERS/Robert Galbraith

The first real images of the iPhone 7 Plus have surfaced online thanks to Chinese website Bastille Post. The pictures revealed show us a more in-depth look at Apple's coming smartphones design.

There are two noticable changes to the device which include the highly rumored dual-lens camera with a protruding, pill-shaped enclosure. As well as the antenna bands being removed from the back to give the phone a new sleeker look. Instead the antenna bands now run across the top and bottom corners of the device.

The dual-lens camera is accompanied by a microphone and an LED flash, as seen on previous iPhones.

There are also three dots near the bottom of the iPhone 7 Plus that appear to be for a Smart Connector, a new interface first introduced on the iPad Pro that can transmit both data and power at the same time for use with specific accessories. Check out the image below:

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Leaked iPhone 7 Plus. Bastille Post/Screenshot

Furthermore, iPhone modification company Feld & Volk is preparing its own custom versions of the device and has created several renderings that give a higher quality view of what the new iPhone could possibly look like.

The renderings highlight the same features shown in the photos from Bastille Post, including the dual-lens camera housed in a pill-shaped protrusion and a Smart Connector near the bottom of the device.

Interestingly enough, both sets of photos do not reveal the bottom of the smartphone, but multiple reports state the iPhone 7 will drop the 3.5mm headphone jack in favor of an all-in-one Lightning connector for audio output, charging and other accessory connectivity.

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Feld & Volk iPhone 7 Plus renderings. Feld & Volk/Screenshot

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