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Leak: Apple iPhone 7 might release on September 12

Apple is set to release its next iPhone in the week of September 12th, according to @evleaks. There is no clarity to the fact that whether this is the date of the event or the availability of the phone.
Although, its predecessors, iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus were released on September 9th last year and went on sale on September 25th.
Last month, the Wall Street Journal stated that upcoming iPhone 7 will be much alike its two most recent predecessors, the iPhone 6 and 6S. The device, due this fall, will see “subtle changes” and one of them is the headphone jack is going away which in turn will improve its water resistance, said people with that matter.


The iPhone 7 Plus is expected to feature 12-megapixels dual camera sensors with a larger camera module for both the models. Also, the device is expected to come in 32GB, 128GB and 256GB models.
There is no official word on the release date yet. The exact date of the event is expected by the end of August.

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