Apple announced on Monday that it will hold an event at the Bill Graham Auditorium in San Francisco on September 7th to announce this year’s iPhone.
If Apple sticks with its current naming system, it will be called the iPhone 7.
Apple’s factories have already started producing the device. There have been a lot of leaks, rumours, and suggestions about what Apple will reveal this September.
Want to know the latest? Here’s everything we know about Apple’s upcoming iPhone:
It will likely come in two different models with different screen sizes: one with a 4.7-inch screen and one with a 5.5-inch screen. This is reportedly the smaller version.
Apple could introduce a new colour: deep blue. The base model could also start with 32GB of storage instead of the usual 16GB.
One possibility is that the larger iPhone 7 -- the 'plus' or 'pro' model -- could have a camera with two lenses.
The regular 4.7-inch version is expected to have a better camera too. Purported leaked pictures show an enlarged lens.
Apple might add a new colour option, though. Some rumours peg it as dark blue, but a 'space black' option is far more likely.
The biggest change will probably be -- make sure you're sitting down -- that the iPhone 7 won't have a headphone jack. Apple's probably going to use the space for a second speaker.
If you want to listen to music, you'll have to use Bluetooth headphones. Apple sells some nice wireless Beats.
Or headphones may be able to plug in through Apple's Lightning port, which is usually used for charging. It's unclear if Apple will include a set of Lightning earbuds with the iPhone 7 or an adaptor.
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