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The Exact Day The iPhone 7 Will Be Released May Have Just Been Revealed

We all know Apple likes to drop new iPhone models in September, but the date they hit the shelves is normally kept a secret until the last minute.

However, it looks like the retail release date may have already been revealed.

An industry insider pinned this down to Friday, September 16.

Tech reporter Evan Blass claims the latest model will come out in the week commencing September 12 but will most likely be available on the Friday.

There's normally a two-week wait from the phone's announcement to the day you can actually buy one.

Here's the tweet making every Apple fan smile.

It's been nearly 10 years since Apple dropped the iPhone and changed our techie lives forever. So, we're expecting big things from the iPhone 7.

But it might not be named that at all. There's a load of rumors flying about that the next generation iPhone could be called the “iPhone Pro,” or the “iPhone 6SE.”

Macrumors.com claims Apple could be scrapping its numbered-naming convention after all these years. It's worth mentioning, however, there is nothing solid to back this up.

The iPhone 7 release date has been announced as Friday September 16.

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Any change in the iPhone's name would purely be a marketing ploy — and it would work. Who wouldn't want an iPhone Pro?! Sexy.

Another rumor Apple fans have all been dreading surrounds the headphone jack… or lack thereof. The next-generation iPhone may not have one at all, in a bid to improve water resistance.

What does that mean for headphones? Well, if the rumors are true, then all the current iPhone headphones would be obsolete, and you'd need a new pair that Apple would roll out, specially made for this model.

Classic Apple.

Here's a sneak peek at what people think the new model will look like:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UT6IChpb0co

Citations: 9to5Mac

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Brit abroad. Previously worked on Metro.co.uk and Snapchat with the Daily Mail.
Brit abroad. Previously worked on Metro.co.uk and Snapchat with the Daily Mail.

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