iPhone 7 Rumor Round-Up: What You Need To Know About Apple's Next Flagship

iPhone 7 devices are rumored to be unveiled alongside an updated Apple Watch in September. Apple is reportedly scheduled to introduce its new gadgets during a press release on Sept.7. The devices will then be available for purchase on Sept.16 which may possibly be pushed back to Sept. 23 as suggested by the recently leaked retail schedule of AT&T.

iPhone 7 is expected to be presented without a headphone jack which is believed to be altered to make the device more water resistant and slimmer. Since rumor has it that iPhone 7 will no longer have a headphone jack, it may be possible that the headphones could be connected to the iPhone's lightning port. It is also possible that Phone 7 will come with a wireless pair of earbuds, reportedly.

Another integration to iPhone 7 are the two camera sensors that snap photographs simultaneously. Each sensor reportedly functions to capture colors uniquely. The device software is suggested to combine the results of each sensors to produce a single, brighter and more detailed image.

The camera upgrade is only expected to be integrated on iPhone 7 Plus. However, users who prefer iPhone 7 might find solace in the speculation that Optical Image Stabilization (OIS), a technology that helps reduce blur in photos, is also coming to iPhone 7.

iPhone 7 devices are expected to look similar to their predecessors except for the lack of headphone jack and the antenna. It is suggested that the antenna band of the device that stretch across the back has been removed.

iPhone 7 will be available with an entry level of 32GB of storage capacity instead of the usual 16GB, reportedly. It is also expected to come with iOS 10 which brings an improved iMessage that supports app integration, a new Siri that could interact with third-party services and a revamped Photos app. Watch an iPhone 7 video featuring a compilation of predicted features.

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