The cases are basically a re-hash of what Spigen already offers for the iPhone 6S and 6S Plus, so there’s not a lot to glean here. The images are also (really nice) renders of the cases. The iPhone 7 and 7 Plus pictured in the cases — also fake.
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While we can’t say Spigen’s pre-orders solidify the rumors and dummy units floating around, the company is rarely off about these kinds of things. To that, we’ll consider Spigen’s cases a good indication that everything we’ve heard is fairly accurate.
Spigen is also calling the two new iPhones the 7 and 7 Plus, hopefully laying to rest those awful rumors of an ‘iPhone 6SE’ model.
If you’re willing to risk it and order a case for a device you’re interested in — but hasn’t officially come out yet — you can order for the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus directly from Spigen’s site (I recommend the AirSkin and Thin Fit).