• iPhone 7 Release Date Has Been Officially Set to Friday, September 16th

    Posted on July 26th, 2016 David Brooks | No comments

    Leaks, rumors and reports upon the highly anticipated Apple iPhone 7 have been flooding the Internet. Now, it might be the right time to mark your calendar. According to the reputable leaker Evan Blass, who wrote in his social Twitter account, the next Apple iPhone model, mostly named as iPhone 7, would be released on Friday, September 16th. Over the weekend, he strengthened that his claim is referring to the retail release date. This means, on September 16th, you could get the new iPhone, if you’ve successfully preordered.


    This report seems to be quite convincing. The iPhone 6S and 6 were released on September 25 and September 9 respectively last year. The iPhone 6s hit stores for retail availability on September 25 in 2015, the iPhone 6 debuted on September 19 in 2014 and the 2013 iPhone 5s was September 20. The iPhone 7 release date seems to be a little bit earlier, but not unreasonable. Therefore, it’s not impossible that Apple would officially introduce this new iPhone model to the world on September 7 or 6, since its retail release date is generally about 10 days after its debut.

    As to the features of the iPhone 7, it’s believed that Apple is saving its most jaw-dropping new features for the iPhone 7S. The new camera technology adopted by this new iPhone might be the most interesting part people look forward to.

    It’s long been assumed that the iPhone 7 Plus will come with an advanced dual camera system, but recent product leaks indicate that the camera module on the 4.7-inch iPhone 7 is significantly larger and protrudes to a greater degree than the module found on the iPhone 6S. And given how impressive the iPhone 6S camera is, it stands to reason that the camera on the iPhone 7 will be an absolute game-changer.

    Apple iPhone has been long disputed for its bad battery performance. Besides the battery, in recent years, the storage is also a shortage that Apple has worked to solve. According to rumors, Apple would finally abandon the 16GB entry-level model of its iPhone since iPhone 7, and instead start iPhone 7 from 32GB. There would be 3 models to choose: 32GB, 64GB and 128GB. Of course, the rumors about iPhone 7 256GB is definitely rumor.

    The headphone jack change in the iPhone 7 has been rumored a lot. According to a number of reliable reports, the new iPhone model will not come with a traditional 3.5mm headphone jack. This would actually be a controversial design change to most Apple customers who use previous iPhones. Instead, to ease us into that transition, Apple will likely provide a lightning to 3.5mm dongle inside every iPhone 7 box. And, the new one will deliver no extra cost to you.

    Besides the official release date and features, there are also reports on the name of the new iPhone. Some reports showed that the new iPhone model would be named as iPhone 6SE to continue the iPhone 6 series. These reports show that Chinese supply chain sources have seen packaging and labelling that indicates the new phone will be called the “iPhone 6SE”. 6SE is a bit too much of a mouthful but who knows? With Apple breaking its typical tick-tock cycle of hardware launches, the name is up in the air. Apple could employ a new suffix, like 6X, or even a word like ‘Pro’ to denote the refinements over last year’s hardware.


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