Apple news: iPhone 7 & 7 Plus to be launched Sept 1st week
September appears to be the most likely month for the launch of the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus Apple smartphone models.
Latest news from the Apple Loop includes the pre-order and release dates for the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus handsets.
Forbes reported about the iPhone 7 and 7 plus release date and stated that the biggest change will be the lack of a headphone jack. September 7 appears to be the most likely date for the launch of the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus. Since 2012 Apple has released new i Phones in September.
Forbes‘ Gordon Kelly said, “That said I would argue it is crucial Apple ‘sells’ the loss of the headphone jack as a gain overall by arguing it allows the iPhone 7 to take new, appealing steps forward”. He also added that, “These include higher quality sound through the Lightning port, more space for a bigger battery, waterproofing and yes, stereo speakers and (in absence of a design overhaul) the compensation of an upgraded home button and internals.”
The latest rumors from AT&T in the form of a retail schedule, details the future merchandising . The information from this source indicates September 9 and September 23 as dates for these merchandising of iPhone 7 and 7 plus, which means that pre-orders are set to start form September 9 and that the new iPhone would hit stores on September 23 this year.
As reported in Inquisitor, “Specifically, the guidance calls out September 9 and September 23 as dates for merchandising resets. This could suggest that advertising for pre-orders could be planned for September 9 as expected and new iPhone models could hit the floor on September 23, a week later than previously expected.”
As regards other iPhone news, Apple may keep the camera bulge in its new iPhone 7 and there are rumors that consumers can see what is called the “camera ‘wart’” disappear in the upcoming iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 plus, but both Apple Insider and Mac rumors argue against this, saying the next camera technology in the iPhone 7 is expected to be more advanced and thinner but that it would still continue to protrude.