All of us are keeping track of iPhone 7 rumors about specifications, but we’re truly curious when the device will actually hit the markets. We know Apple likes to keep their launching events in September, in the early weeks. Last year, when they released the iPhone 6S and its bigger sibling the iPhone 6S Plus, the release was on September 9th, while the pre-sales started on September 12th.
Trusted tech leaker, Evan Blass, tweeted before that the iPhone 7 will start with its preorders on September 9th. At that moment, we thought either the 6th or the 7th of September will be the release date, and we seem to be right.
How so? Bloomberg has leaked the release date themselves. In a recent rant about the MacBook Pro being maybe released alongside the iPhone 7, they casually mentioned that the release date will be August 7th, an information not confirmed by anyone until then. Here’s what the article said: “The MacBook Pros aren’t likely to debut at an event currently scheduled for Sept. 7 to introduce next-generation versions of the iPhone.”
September 7th will be a Wednesday, and it seems that Apple has a liking to this day of the week, since last year the iPhone 6S and the iPhone 6S Plus were released on a Wednesday as well.
Even though the iPhone 7 Plus come to fight back to Samsung’s own phablet, the Galaxy Note 7, the device is not thought to be as exquisite as the Note 7 is. The 2017 flagships from Apple are the ones expected to show off great features and revolutionize the tech world. Next year, the iPhone line has its 10th anniversary, and the new device released then is set to have an all-glass case and more.