iPhone 7 Confirmed To Launch On September 16- Wait Ends Here!

The wait comes to an end finally! Within two months of time Apple will launch its much anticipated iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus handsets. Both gadgets have a lot of leaked images and specifications in recent months. This year we're at the end of the day taking a gander at a September 16 the launch date of the high-end iOS smartphones.

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News of the discharge date comes by means of the reliable Evan Blass (AKA @evleaks). Blass took to Twitter to illuminate his followers about the arrival of the iPhone's keeping in mind none of this is authentic, Evan has a propensity for hitting the nail on the head with regards to bits of gossip, leaks, and predictions.

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Blass states Apple's new iPhones will get a retail release on September 16, which is a Friday — Apple's usual day. This implies the iPhone 7 will probably be reported on Monday, September 12. As earlier, Apple released the iPhone 6 plus and iPhone 6 on September 25 and September 9, separately.

Next Generation Smartphone is Arriving On September 16

Apple has had a quite scrappy year to date; the iPhone 6s sold in fewer numbers than the iPhone 6. Thus, Apple will firearm to nail the iPhone 7 announcement and launch. It needs the handset to be a gigantic success to demonstrate to financial specialists and business sector watchers that it can at present make items that offer in market characterizing numbers.

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“The iPhone 6s and 6s Plus did quite well,” said Josh Lowitz, CIRP Partner and CoFounder. “Yet, they did not dominate the same way that iPhone 6 and 6 Plus did a year ago. The total share of the new flagship models fell below the share of the then-new phones in 2014, and the large-format iPhone 6s Plus share of sales dropped compared to the iPhone 6 Plus as well. Customers continue to choose the year-old iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, and even the two-year-old iPhone 5S.”

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Samsung is especially back in vogue at present; a pattern that dependably appears to happen when Apple's iPhone discharges turn into a bit stale, as it was with the iPhone 4s. Samsung has its Galaxy Note 7 coming in August and that handset will do fight with the iPhone 7, nearby Samsung's present Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 EDGE handsets.

Concerning what we can expect from the iPhone 7, well, there's been a lot of leaks about the handset. We know Apple is sparing the greater part of its physical changes for the iPhone 7s (which may be known as the iPhone 8) in 2017. In any case, the iPhone 7 will highlight a heap of upgrades, changes and equipment knocks.

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The greatest update will probably be to the camera, which is relied upon to see the incorporation of a dual lens camera on the Plus model, and also an intensely redesigned set of components for the standard iPhone 7's camera unit, including OIS and a higher MP sensor. Most expect the new iPhone 7 camera tech to be something of a "game changer" — so hope to hear a lot about this at launch.

Neither one of the handsets will include a 3.5mm earphone jack, be that as it may, as Apple is exchanging this obligation over to its current Lightning port connector; the one that as of now handles data and charging. This is the most disputable part of the upcoming iPhone and the explanation behind this is basic: nobody needs it to happen — the cons exceed the pros. No doubt!


Experts at Deutsche Bank trust that Apple will package a dongle with its new gadget, as opposed to offering a couple of its EarPods with a Lightning connector.

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“That flies in the face of recent leaks, which showed off Apple’s traditional white headphones with an attachment that fits into the charging port. It now appears certain that Apple will do away with the standard 3.5mm headphone port and instead force users to attach headphones via the iPhone 7’s Lightning slot. The change is being made to allow for a second speaker and could make the iPhone 7 slightly slimmer than its predecessors while offering space for a larger battery.”

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Besides, it is also reported that “rumors also indicate that Apple with the iPhone 7 will finally abandon the 16GB entry-level model. Instead, it’s believed that the storage tiers for the iPhone 7 will be 32GB, 64GB, and 128GB. While there have been some rumblings of a 256GB model being made available, those rumors have been sketchy at best.”

However, there are some great changes coming too!

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