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iPhone 7 Release Date Rumors & Updates: Device To Launch In September?

Update Date: Jul 22, 2016 10:12 AM EDT

If history repeats itself, Apple is likely to release iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 first week of September 2016.

It will be recalled that iPhone 6S and 6S Plus hit the market in September 2015. Barely six months after, the smaller iPhone SE was released by Apple in March this year. As top features of the latest Apple smartphone continue to surface online, rumors get louder that the release of iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus is likely to happen in six to seven weeks.

Pocket-lint said that Apple’s big day for iPhone release takes place following the annual consumer electronics show, IFA which is held in Berlin. IFA 2015 was held from September 4 to 9 and iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus were launched on September 9.

This year, the biggest tech show in Europe has been slated from September 2 to 7. Industry experts said if Apple will not break its routine, iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus will hit the shelves on September 7, 2016.
Apple has not made any confirmation of the release date. But the leaked photos hint that Apple’s latest smartphone is coming out soon.

BGR shared the leaked photo of the real iPhone 7, emphasizing that the device captured with power on, shows its authenticity. These phones are rumored to have been snuck out of the facilities of Apple’s manufacturing partners.

The leaked photos of “real” iPhone 7 were first posted on Chinese microblog Weibo. The Malignant wasted no time and shared it with the public through the social network.

One of the photos shows a rose gold iPhone 7. The four photos captured two iPhones in each, displaying the back side and the front side of the phone, powered on, indicating the time at 3:19. A photo even included a hand, holding the phone to show off its features.

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