It’s official! Apple has just sent out media invites for its September 7th keynote event where the company is expected to unveil iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus. It will be held at Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Fransisco on Wednesday, September 7, at 10:00 am Pacific Time.
Apple’s iPhone 7th September event invite shows a bokeh shot with a caption “See you on the seventh.” First and foremost, Apple is widely expected to provide the world with the first official look at this year’s iPhone range, likely to be called the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus, which actually said to feature similar external design and dimensions (with additional tweaks) as the current iPhone 6s range. This time with a revamped set of internal hardware that will combine with iOS 10 to give the experience an enhanced hardware/software makeover. That will include a bump up in processor to the Apple A10, as well as dual-lens camera module and potential Smart Connector on the large-screen iPhone 7 Plus model.
We don’t think Apple will take the chance to introduce the Apple Watch 2 at the fixed September 7th iPhone 7 event, nor show up the MacBook Pro line. Rather expected to use the event to announce that the 16GB version of the iPhone is no more valid, making the entry-level model with 32GB variant, with 128GB and 256GB being other two options.
If that is anything to go by, Apple’s new iPhone range will be discarding the iconic part of the hardware that will be the removal of the 3.5mm socket. The headphone jack has been present on the company’s smartphone range since the original device launched in 2007. The iPhone 7, by means, will rely on Lightning or wireless protocols, such as AirPlay or Bluetooth, for audio transmission.
In addition to bringing the iPhone 7 into the public eye for the first time officially, there’s no chance that Apple would use the event to announce the due for a refresh considering the current hardware which was since 18 months without change, Apple Watch 2. Expected to feature an improved processor, coming up with an integrated GPS chip to allow it to track activity and location independently of a connected iPhone.
However, the event that announced by Apple itself doesn’t really give anything concrete away, but don’t be surprised if we also get to meet the new MacBook Pro models that we’ve been hearing about so much till today.
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