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Apple says “See you on the 7th.”

Rumor has it that Apple fans will be able to place pre-orders on September 9th.  The iPhone 7 will be finally be released and available in stores by September 16th.

The consumers have been watching and waiting for the release of Apple’s latest mobile device and some are planning on making buying decisions based on what will be revealed come debut day.

Reports and leaks have projected that the iPhone 7 will look very much like the iPhone 6s with the exception of the redesigned antenna bands on the phone’s back.

Photo Source: Nowhereelse.fr
 

There is supposed to be an additional speaker that replaces the headphone jack.  The new headphones that come with the iPhone will have a connector that plugs into the Lightning charging port.  Some rumors say that there will also be a pair of wireless Bluetooth headphones that will be available with the new iPhone 7.

Photo Source: Weibo

 
A dual-lens camera is said to be available on the Plus model of the new iPhone 7 that will provide a huge improvement in picture quality.  Also, an iris scanner could be included to replace the current fingerprint id feature currently used to verify a user’s identity.  Does this mean that those who don’t get the Plus model will only have the same quality camera as before?  

Photo Source: MacRumors
 

A new pressure sensitive pad serves as the home button.  Reported to be designed without mechanical parts, it should breakdown overtime and develop touch disease like the touch screen on the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus.  like the screens did . The home button reacts to pressure you apply with you finger giving a different response for a soft or hard press.
 

That’s all folks.  See you September 7th.

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