As per reports, it has been claimed by Evan Blass, who is a reputable industry source that the iPhone 7 will go on sale starting 16th September. However, this is somewhat earlier than the previous generations and doesn’t leave much time with the Cupertino’s giant for the announcement of this handset if it wants to stick with the historical September time frame.
If 16th September does not make it, then logically we should expect an announcement event on 6th September. On the other hand, the pre-orders for this smartphone will start on 9th September. This schedule does feel sort of rushed and might come out as a response to the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 announcement. There is a twist that a different industry source, one claiming to be close to Apple’s Chinese supply chain, says the iPhone 6SE moniker can be found on various labels and packages.
For some users this might sound like a brilliant idea, especially because we are talking about Apple iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus and iPhone 7 Pro for such a long time now but this is not a negative language. It is also clear that the next iPhone or iPhone’s are getting a slight redesign to the family along with the boost in the performance of these smartphones.
Apple’s upcoming iPhone will bring alleged dual camera feature but this is expected to be limited to a new “Pro” or re-defined “Plus” tier. As far the basic iPhone is concerned it might be a refreshed version of the previous iPhone’s than a major upgrade. This will fit in quite well with Apple’s rumored move towards a three year cycle. And will free up the iPhone 7 moniker for Apple’s 2017 release on its 10th anniversary of the iPhone.