Apple is all about trend. And as has been the trend for last few years, we’ve been greeted with a new iPhone in early September. It seems like the company will be unveiling its next flagship handset in a similar setup. Apparently, Apple has started pushing out invites to an event on the 7th of September, which could just be the next iPhone launch.
While the invites are quite plain — as always, bare of any subtle hints or clues the company likes to tease normally, most people would agree that this is the much awaited Apple iPhone (7?) launch event. The invites just say “See you on the 7th,” which doesn’t seem much.
The venue is kind of exciting though. Apple is going full on this time, again. The invites say that the event will be held at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco, the location of the WWDC keynote, which was held in June.
With that established, let’s now talk about what we can expect from the next iPhone.
Aesthetically, the upcoming Apple flagship is likely to be similar to its predecessor, the iPhone 6s. The antenna lines are seeing an update, making the phone look a lot cleaner. We will also be losing the 3.5 mm audio jack. The Apple logo on the back will also see a slight update along with an extra speaker on the bottom of the phone (fingers crossed).
The smartphone will obviously get a whole new processor, better internals as well as the next generation of iOS out-of-the-box. Apple is also promising a better camera and many other goodies.
The iPhone 7 will be launched in two different variants– a larger one with a few perks and a smaller, regular iPhone. The larger iPhone is also expected to house a new state-of-the-art dual camera system that makes snapping pictures a charm.
Along with the next iPhone, Apple could also unveil new MacBook Pro computers, specifically an upcoming MacBook Pro with a Touch ID sensor and a curious OLED mini screen above the keyboard.
As of now, we don’t have any official news other than the date and venue of the event. Stay tuned for more information! And of course, we will live blog !