It's finally official. After months of leaks and rumours the date for Apple's latest iPhone 7 unveiling has been announced. The smartphone’s giant has started sending press invites for the product launch event scheduled for September 7, where the iPhone 7 (along with a new version of Apple Watch) will be officially unveiled.
iPhone 7 Release Event Location
The invite has been featured with a bokeh-like artwork showing a bunch of blurry colourful dots that imitated like a photography which are associated with DSLR cameras and reads, "See you on the 7th. The event will be held at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco on Wednesday, September 7, at 10:00 AM. Which is now likely to be Apple's favourite venue for all its major product launches.
The venue has a seating capacity for around 7,000 people, is also where the company held its World Wide Developers Conference of this year. During this event, Apple announced their new versions of its operating systems, including iOS 10, watchOS 2 and macOS Sierra. Check out other iPhone 7 features.
Expectation from the iPhone 7
It’s now the fifth consecutive year that Apple has held a product event in September and it is expected Apple’s CEO, Tim Cook, will show off major upgrades to the company’s flagship product with the release of the next generation iPhone 7. Even though apple sold more than 214 million iPhones over the past 12 months, their sales are down since a year. So now iPhone 7 is expected to arrive with kind of new exciting upgrades from Apple for its consumers.It’s expected that Apple has decided to discard the 3.5mm audio jack along with a home button that sits horizontally plane on the screen. Also it’s expected to disappear the antenna lines that placed across the top and bottom of the rear of the company’s previous devices like iPhone 6 and iPhone 6s based devices.
Regarding the 3.5mm audio jack, even though Apple decides to discard the 3.5mm audio jack for its upcoming devices, they won't be the first company to do so. Earlier this year, In the Android camp, the Lenovo's Moto Z and Moto Z Force and the Chinese manufacturer LeEco has its three latest devices which have already scrapped off the 3.5mm headphone jack. By which users need to either plug in to USB Type-C headphones or can go wireless.
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