Published: Sun, September 04, 2016
Tech | By Dwayne Harmon

Apple sends invites, to unveil iPhone 7 on September 7

Apple sends invites, to unveil iPhone 7 on September 7

The last model of the same name was released two years ago, so either the iPad Air 3 is faced out, or its launch is long overdue.

This iPhone model is also presumed to be the first one to ditch the 3.5 mm audio jack in favor of a lightning port, which was developed by Apple in September 2012.

The general consensus is that we won't be seeing any iPad news until next year.

With the emphasis on the Apple Pencil shaping up, such could signal the demise of the iPad Mini. Many believed that the Cupertino tech giant will take advantage of the said event to unveil the iPad Mini 5. It's also presumed that the upcoming iPad Mini will not be named ‚iPad Mini 5' but will instead be named ‚iPad Pro Mini'. Keep in mind that all these are speculations, as Apple has not confirmed anything yet, neither have we received any official leaks. The upcoming device is highly expected to feature a similar 8MP back camera and a 1.2MP front camera found on the current generation iPad Mini model. The iPad Mini 5 is believed to sport the 3D touch feature like the iPhone 6S, in which the feature allows consumers to draw gestures on the screen using their fingers. The True Tone display, also developed by Apple, uses four sensors and enables the screen to produce an accurate and paper-white display by adjusting the white balance and color calibration according to the lighting that surrounds the tablet user.

While there is a great deal of desire for the Apple Watch 2, we can not say the same for the next 12.9-inch iPad Pro. All these are unconfirmed reports.

Recently, iTech Post has reported that the launch of iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus is happening next week. The iPad Pro sounds far better than you'd expect from a tablet, and goes reasonably loud. Unfortunately, there's a rumor circulating that the company may drop its premium model, the iPhone 7 Pro, at the launch. In the event of a shortage, Apple would have had a single lens camera for the iPhone 7 Plus and launch iPhone 7 Pro with the dual lens formula. Let's wait and see.

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