The iPhone 7 (or whatever it will be called) will be boring. Based on leaks from the shadiest tech blogs to well-known publications like the Wall Street Journal, the general consensus is that this year's iPhone will be a modest update. SEE ALSO: So many leaks. Is the real iPhone 7 one of these designs? There will reportedly be no significant redesign -- the iPhone 7 is expected to come with the same unibody design as the iPhone 6S and 6S Plus, but with cleaner antenna lines.
The iPhone 7 is about to drop, which means Apple will finally put the many rumors surrounding the phone to rest. Apple's launch event -- which will be held on Sept. 7 in San Francisco -- will introduce the much anticipated new iPhone, along with potential other updated Apple products like a redesigned Apple Watch or new MacBook. In addition to the official launch of iOS 10 -- which Apple unveiled back in June at its Worldwide Developers Conference -- the event will certainly be the first official look at the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus, which appeared to leak out a day early via an accidental update to one of Apple's websites. One of the most talked about (and controversial) iPhone 7 rumors is that Apple plans to ditch the 3.5 mm headphone jack. It is believed that Apple could be designing wired headphones that would connect to the iPhone 7 using the Lightning port.
It's impossible to verify the authenticity of the design, but it certainly matches up with all the rumors we've been hearing for the last couple of months. SEE ALSO: Is the iPhone 7 going to have a damn headphone jack or not? The Apple blog LetemSvetemApplem found the above image, of what appears to be the iPhone 7, posted to Weibo. The purported iPhone 7 shows a metal unibody design, which is likely to have very similar dimensions to the existing iPhone 6 and iPhone 6S. Rumors suggest the iPhone 7 won't come with a radically new design; Apple is reportedly saving that for next year.
Another rumor regarding Apple's much-awaited iPhone 7 has surfaced. According to a Bloomberg source, the next-generation versions of the iPhone are due to debut on September 7. This information coincides with news from last month that pre-orders for the new handsets will begin on September 9. Another rumor regarding Apple's much-awaited iPhone 7 (pictured is a concept drawing of the iPhone 7) has surfaced. Speaking to Bloomberg, a source said not to expect the MacPros to debut at an'event currently scheduled for September 7 to introduce next-generation versions of the iPhone' Speaking to Bloomberg about the MacBook Pros, a source said these laptops'aren't likely to debut at an event currently scheduled for September 7 to introduce next-generation versions of the iPhone'. Forbes was the first to spot this leaked information from Mark Gurman, who has made a name for himself with accurate Apple leaks for 9to5Mac and is now a journalist for Bloomberg.
It is set to be a highly controversial move - but it appears Apple really will kill off the headphone socket next week. Multiple reports have claimed the move will force users to use either the lightning connector or wireless headphones. Now, a Russian filing has revealed Apple is also developing new wireless headphones called'airpods' to sell alongside its current'earpod' headphones. Another rumor regarding Apple's much-awaited iPhone 7 (pictured is a concept drawing of the iPhone 7) has surfaced. Speaking to Bloomberg, a source said not to expect the MacPros to debut at an'event currently scheduled for September 7 to introduce next-generation versions of the iPhone' Getting rid of the headphone jack would help Apple shrink the iPhone 7's thickness considerably.