The iPhone 7 release is something which many tech fans have been looking forward to. The upcoming flagship smartphone from Apple has long been rumored but so far no confirmed date for its release has been given by the company. If recent rumors are to be believed though, the iPhone 7 release could happen soon as the company has just rolled out iOS 10 Beta 7.
Apple usually makes use of September as the month they would release their next flagship smartphone. That may again be the case this year as the timeline of the iPhone 7 release somewhat coincides to the upcoming public release of the iOS 10.
According to TechCrunch, Apple has just released the iOS 10 Beta 7 for the use of developers and public testers. The latest release of the iOS 10 beta could signal the sign that Apple is almost ready to launch the final mobile operating to the public very soon.
With the impending launch of the iOS 10, many people are speculating that it is possible that the iPhone 7 could likewise be released very soon. The iPhone 7 is expected to come with the iOS 10 right out of the box so the two could be forthcoming in the weeks to come.
There has been no official word yet from Apple as to when they plan to launch the final version of the iOS 10. If the trend continues, tech junkies may see it happen sometime in the early weeks of September.
It is worth noting that Evan Blass aka @evleaks on Twitter has leaked that the iPhone 7 could become available to consumers on September 16. Blass has been a well-known leaker over the past couple of years with his recent leaks revealing details about smartphones such as the HTC 10, the Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge as well as the Galaxy Note 7. That means that the recent iPhone 7 release date leak that he gave deserves a lot of weight. If that indeed holds true, the iOS 10 could launch shorty before the iPhone 7.
So, are you excited about the iPhone 7 already? Be sure to check back here soon to find out more about the release of the iOS 10 and the iPhone 7 which could be happening early next month.