When Is The iPhone 7 Coming Out?

The iPhone is the most recognizable and widely used piece of technology in the world. The first generation iPhone was released on June 29, 2007, and the most recent iPhone model is the iPhone SE, which was unveiled on March 21, 2016. Coming this September is the long-awaited release of the iPhone 7.
Apple will continue releasing two versions of each iPhone, so both an iPhone 7 and an iPhone 7 Plus are expected to be released this fall. Perhaps the biggest change to this year’s iPhone is the rumored removal of the classic headphone jack. With no headphone jack, headphones will connect to the iPhone 7 using its Lightning port and Bluetooth headphones will connect wirelessly. Apple is reportedly working on Lightning-equipped EarPods to sell alongside the iPhone 7. Apparently, the removal of the headphone jack may also improve water resistance.
According to Inquisitr, an official announcement about the iPhone 7 is coming on September 7, 2016.
On August 29, 2016, Apple sent out media invites for an iPhone-centric event that will be held on Wednesday, September 7 at 10:00 am at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco, California. Media invites (via The Verge) offer up a first look at the theme of the event and feature the simple tagline: “See you on the 7th.”
While no release date has been confirmed, read below for everything you need to know about the upcoming iPhone 7!

iPhone 7 Release Date

The iPhone 7 will be released on September 16, 2016.

When Is The iPhone 7 Coming Out in US?

According to Mac Rumors, mobile phone leaker Evan Blass  predicted the iPhone 7 would be released the week of September 16.

iPhone 7 Pre-Order Date

According to Mac Rumors, well-known mobile phone leaker Evan Blass predicted that the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus pre-orders would take place on Friday, September 9.

Previous iPhone Release Dates

iPhone 1st gen: June 29, 2007
iPhone 3G: July 11, 2008
iPhone 3GS: June 19, 2009
iPhone 4: June 24, 2010
iPhone 4s: October 14, 2011
iPhone 5: September 21, 2012
iPhone 5C, 5s: September 20, 2013
iPhone 6 / 6 Plus: September 19, 2014
iPhone 6S / 6s Plus: September 25, 2015
iPhone SE: March 31, 2016
iPhone 7 / 7 Plus: September 13, 2016*

iPhone 7 & iOS 10 Features

New Lock Screen

iOS 10 has a new raise-to-wake feature that wakes up to display the lock screen without having to touch any buttons. The updated lock screen also includes new features that give native apps and third-party apps an interactive interface. You will be able to clear  your notifications with a 3D Touch gesture, and widgets will FINALLY be available on the lock screen with a quick swipe to the right.

Siri being opened to developers

Siri will now be open to developers, meaning, you will be able to use Siri to open and operate apps. For example, you will be able to send messages in WhatsApp, or order an Uber, all with just your voice. Awesome.

Quick Type Enhancements

Apple will be dramatically improving Quick Type suggestions. Siri will also be involved in this update, for example, if someone messages you with “Where are you?” Quick Type will offer your current location as a suggestion.

Updated Photos App

Facial recognition technology will now group all of your friends and family into specific albums automatically. It will do the same with scenes and objects as well (mountains, horses, trees, etc). A second next feature, Memories, will automatically group photos to create movies, slide shows and more. If you go on vacation and take 200 pictures, your iPhone will group them into a single memory.

New Messaging Features

The first new feature is called Rich Links. Rich Links will give you previews of content when you receive a message with a link. For example,  videos on rich links will play right in line automatically, and music can be played right from within the app when someone sends you a link to a song in Apple Music. Emoji are three times bigger on the keyboard, and Quick Type offers emoji suggestions. Handwriting and Digital Touch will now also be available on the Messages app.
One of the most exciting new features of the Messages app is the new bubble effects let users send messages with animated chat bubbles. They can grow larger for shouting, smaller for whispers, and there are some other effects as well. It’s kind of hard to describe with text, so you can check out animations on the official iOS website.

New Phone Features

The Phone app will now automatically transcribe your voicemails. While very cool, I just don’t see its use, as voicemail is a dying service. Even those who do still use voicemail usually don’t leave a message long enough that it needs to be transcribed. There’s also an extension that will allow supported spam lists block spam calls without any intervention needed from the user.

Notes Collaboration

Just like Google Docs, you will now be able work live and edit notes with multiple users at once.

Safari Split View

It took them a while, but you will finally be able to view two websites at once in the Safari app.

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