Apple sends invites for September 7 event to launch iPhone 7

As we all know that Apple’s upcoming iPhone devices, iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus are set to be launch in September. It is obvious that almost all the details including specs, availability and pricing have been leaked over the past few weeks. Now as per the sources, the next gen iPhone will probably be revealed to the world on September 7 along with the Apple Watch 2.

Apple has sent out media invitations for a special event in San Francisco’s Bill Graham Civic Auditorium on Wednesday, September 7. Apple is widely expected to unveil the next generation iPhone and Apple Watch models at the event.

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The iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus have been making headlines for months in the form of rumored features and leaked images. Most recently, images of the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus leaked and provided us with a look at the handsets in various color options, including the new Space Black variant that is widely rumored to replace Space Gray in Apple’s iPhone color palette.

This year’s iPhone models are not expected to feature significant design changes aside from the loss of the headphone jack. Instead, Apple is said to be introducing major new features for the 10th anniversary iPhone 8. The 4.7-inch iPhone 7 is expected to get an improved camera and optimal image stabilization while the 5.5-inch iPhone 7 Plus may gain a dual-lens camera system and 3 GB RAM.

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Other rumored features for the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus include a faster TSMC-made A10 processor, re-positioned antenna bands, faster LTE and Wi-Fi, a slightly larger battery, and a minimum 32 GB and a new 256 GB of base storage variant. Apple is also expected to offer the “iPhone 7” in a “much darker color” than the current space gray option found on the iPhone 6s series. This darker shade of iPhone will be close to black, though not quite black.

As for the Apple Watch 2, it is expected to look similar to the Apple Watch, but it would be 20 to 40 percent thinner respectively. A recent report hints at modular smart bands, which will let Apple add features to the smartwatch like blood pressure monitor, a thermometer, speakers, a camera, SIM card module, GPS module or even additional battery power. There is also talks about the next Apple Watch will come with a Face-Time camera, which will be embedded into the top bezel.

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