“The iPhone 6S was unveiled on 9 September, and it’s likely that the iPhone 7 will see a similar launch date next year. We’re going to put our money on 7 September 2016. You heard it here first,” Carly Page reports for The Inquirer.Apple’s iPhones typically go up for pre-order a few days after they are announced, with an in-store release two weeks later.
“Multiple reports and early leaks claim that the iPhone 7 won’t offer many upgrades compared with the iPhone 6S before it,” Page reports. “Analysts, too, are expecting an incremental update and don’t think the iPhone 7 will be able to give Apple’s smartphone business the boost it’s after.”
Page reports, “While a small update is likely on the cards, there’s some chatter than Apple will announce three smartphones this year: the iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus and iPhone 7 Pro…”
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MacDailyNews Take: If so, we’ll take the “Pro” models, please!