iPhone 7 Release Date, News & Update: Can We Expect A Waterproof Apple Smartphone? Launch Details & Rumors Revealed!

By AASalvador , Updated Aug 30, 2016 06:46 AM EDT

iPhone 7 launch details include an invitation to a selected group of media men "to watch the keynote live" on Sept 7 in Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco. It is expected that Apple will reveal the birth of iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus and maybe even a second-generation Apple Watch.

The invitation shows a group of colored bubbles and could have two different meanings. Some rumors say that iPhone 7 will be available in array of different colors. Some also speculate that Apple will present a waterproof iPhone 7, according to Mirror. Either way, it will definitely bring excitement to everyone waiting.

Many are speculating what will be the unique feature of the iPhone 7. According to Forbes, Huwaei has already launched cameras with dual lens early just this year. Other details included storage increase, antenna placement and even a larger camera lens. Could Apple still get leverage on these details?

iPhone 7's base model will probably start with 32GB, unlike with the iPhone 6 series that starts with 16GB which is definitely not enough for some. Other options of the new Apple mobile could offer 64GB and 128GB.

iPhone 7's display screen could be 4.7 inches, while the iPhone 7 plus will be a 5.5 display. The body is expected to be aluminum, same with the current iPhone 6 family. However, the white antenna across the back has been removed from the top and transferred at the bottom.

If you want to upgrade your iPhone 6, say goodbye to your old headphones. Apple is removing the 3.5mm headphone jack to be replaced with iPhone 7's lightning port. This might be a hindrance to Apple users as they need to buy a new set of headphones or adaptors.

Pre-orders for iPhone 7 are expected to open on Sept 9, just two days after the launch. Actual sales will commensurate by Sep 16.

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