There have been a lot of questions surrounding the iPhone 7 release. With the recent discounts being given to last year?s flagship phone, is a launch next month a virtual certainty at this point?
The iPhone 7 release is one event that many tech enthusiasts have been excited about. Ever since the rumors about the device surfaced a couple of months ago, iPhone fans have been very eager to get a glimpse at the upcoming flagship smartphone from Apple. Many people expect the iPhone 7 will be launching this coming September as that would usually be the month when the Cupertino-based tech giant releases its major flagship smartphones. This year though the iPhone 7 could come a little earlier as there have been rumors that the phone could be released as early as next month.
According to the Apple website, the company has decided to add the iPhone 6s and the 6s Plus, its current flagship smartphones, to the roster of back-to-school deals that it is currently offering exclusively to students. Aside from the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus, the Cupertino-based tech company is also including the iPad Pro in the promo.
While this is not really big news for iPhone fans, it may actually be a sign that the iPhone 7 could come a lot earlier than expected. It has previously been reported by TheBitBag that slow iPhone sales could result in an earlier release date for the iPhone 7. The latest news may just be sign that the upcoming flagship smartphone may see the light of day very soon.
So far, only rumors and leaks have given consumers an idea of what to expect in the iPhone 7. According to TechCrunch, a supposed image of the upcoming smartphone?shows off a larger camera and redesigned antenna bands, which have been the rumored additions to the smartphone. While Apple has not confirmed that the pictured device is indeed the iPhone 7, it certainly looks spot on based on the early rumblings about the device.
Will we finally get to see the iPhone 7 next month? Be sure to check back here soon and be the first to know exactly when you can get your hands on Apple?s upcoming flagship smartphone.