Pictures have emerged on China's social media showing the lucky canine posing next to a stack of eight boxes believed to contain a £800 phone in each.
These pictures were believed to be uploaded by Wang Sicong to the dog's very own social media account on Weibo, which has nearly 1.9 million followers and is ironically named 'Wang Keke is a bitch'.
The images were posted in the afternoon of September 16, the first day the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 went on sale.
Sicong is a successful businessman and one of the richest entrepreneurs under the age 30 in China.
As the pet of Wang Sicong, Coco has some how become a celebrity in her own right in China as her owner calls her: 'The dog princess of the people.'
This is not the first time Coco has impressed the public with her cutting-edge gadgets.
In May 2015, the pooch was pictured wearing not one, but two £800 Apple Watches given to her by her generous owner.
The pet was also given a pink Fendi handbag by his owner in the same month.
Earlier this year, Sicong posted pictures of Coco posing with a wads of cash, which he claimed is her present on Valentine's Day.
In April, the pampered pooch celebrated her second birthday with an extravagant birthday party and two cakes.
Her multi-millionaire owner spelt her name in balloons and tied them to his super car. On social media Coco was pictured tucking into her two cakes at her own birthday celebration.
And when Coco goes on holiday, she travels in first-class style.
In last November, she rode on a private jet and was chauffeur driven to the luxury accommodation during a winter break.
The only son of mega-rich property tycoon Wang Jianlin, 61, Wang Sicong is the golden boy with the gentle manner, cut-glass English accent, who is the sole heir to his father's fortune.
Wang Jianlin is worth a whopping $30 billion (£23 billion), according to Forbes.