The new iPhone appears to be just a few weeks away from release as Apple will reportedly unveil the device on September 7.
The September 7 date for Apple’s upcoming event is being reported by Bloomberg, which credits sources with knowledge of Apple’s upcoming plans. Apple spokesman Bill Evans was contacted regarding the event, but decline to comment.
September 7 certainly lines up with the ongoing narrative @evleaks presented a few weeks ago as the notorious leaker of tech-related products has gone on record as believing the iPhone 7 will release during the week of September 12. Specifically, Evan Blass believes the phone will go on sale on September 16.
While Apple won’t officially unveil the iPhone 7 until it takes the stage during one of its iconic presentations, reports have come in that point towards a device that has no headphones port, a new Home button, and will look similar to the iPhone 6s. An iPhone without a headphone port has been long rumored, which means you’ll either need to pick up a pair of Bluetooth headphones or a new Lightning-enabled headphone. Don’t throw away your favorite pair of headphone yet, though, because we’re sure if Apple doesn’t release a Lightning-to-3.5mm jack adapter, some third-party manufacturer will.