The highly-anticipated Apple’s upcoming iOS hardware, the iPhone 7 is all set to hit the store shelves On Friday, could be on September 16. But the report which surfaced today suggests a different release date, during the week of September 12. It is admitted that Apple usually unveil new iPhone in September every year, as it did in the past with the launch of iPhone 6s/6s Plus on Sept. 9th, and went on sale starting 25th of that month, after pre-orders began on 12th of the month.
It a tweet from Evan Blass of @evleaks is anything to go by, Apple is all believed to introduce iPhone 7 on September 12th 2016. Still not clear as what could be the possible release window for the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus. Multiple instances of visuals leaking online purporting to show the rear shell for new device. Videos also come into the public domain via Chinese social networks claiming to show the iPhone 7 side-by-side with the iPhone 6s. Official schematics and blueprints of the device have also been emerged.
Taking to Twitter, @evleaks account that Apple’s “iPhone 7 2016 release” will happen during the week of September 12th. Could potentially be in line for a Friday September 16th, 2016 release if you check out the general references to release new hardware on a Friday.
If that date is accurate, then it means Apple would be holding a dedicated iPhone 7./7 Plus media keynote event a week or a week and a half earlier than the release date.
Until the official press invitation drops into the mailboxes of the media elite, we will of course have to take any suggestion with a pinch of salt. It isn’t official until it’s actually official.
At least two new iPhone models are expected and likely to be similar in terms of overall design and dimensions to the existing iPhone 6s/6s Plus range except for the redesigned antenna lines, and other internal changes. The smaller 4.7-inch iPhone is expected to come with an improved and larger camera lens that will be a bit larger when compared. The 5.5-inch iPhone 7 Plus will contain a pill-shaped aperture on the rear of the device charged with integrating the new dual-lens camera. Both models are expected ship without the inclusion of the iconic 3.5mm headphone port that’s been a staple part of all iPhones from 2007.
(Source: @evleaks [Twitter])
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