For those who are eager to know when the new Apple iPhone 7 series will be announced, here's a "newsflash" - as always Apple always chooses September for their major announcement, but which date? Well, according to Evan Blass, a popular leaker from Twitter, he actually predicted 12 September is the day when Apple announces the new iPhone.
iPhone 2016 release: week of September 12th.— Evan Blass (@evleaks) July 23, 2016
So what if he's just predicting? Anyone could do that. True, but the thing is Evan is pretty spot on for leaking phone dates, especially for Android-based smartphones ahead of their official announcement. What's more, his prediction on the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus on 9 September last year was accurate too. So there's some legitimacy there. In addition to that, he also claimed that the codenames for the new iPhones are "Sonora" and Dos Palos" which represents a Mexican state and a small city in California respectively. Previously, "N71" and "N66" were the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus' codename.
In other news, as you may be aware already, most of the rumoured leaked images and concept renders are getting consistent by the weeks. A new research note by Deutsche Bank, believes that the new device might have a 4.7-inch display with improved camera and OIS, the plus version on the other hand, might go for 5.5-inch and dual rear camera sensors with 3GB RAM. Both models might not even have any headphone jack port, but Apple could include a lightning-to-3.5mm headphone jack dongle instead of lightning-based earpods in the box.
Aside from that, other rumoured tech-specs include a touch-sensitive home button, "professional class" waterproofing, and an improved sound system. Stay tuned for more news at Technave.com.