New Leak Reveals iPhone 7's Release Date

Unfortunately for the million fans of Apple's iPhones, the next iPhone 7 model might come on the market later than first expected, according to the latest release date leak.

Apple's iPhone 7 Release Date

The news that the highly-anticipated iPhone 7 will be released by Apple later than expected will be certainly a disappointment for Apple fans. But it seems that is plausible information since it comes from the ever reliable 9to5Mac.

According to the online publication specialized in Apple technology, the information about the iPhone release date has been attained from an insider source at AT&T. The new leak reveals that Apple will launch the iPhone 7 and the larger dual camera iPhone 7 Plus not earlier than September 23.

According to Forbes, this contradicts last month's rumors based on information leaked by famed tipster Evan Blass (aka @evleaks). At the time, he claimed that preorders for the iPhone 7 will start on September 9 and sales would begin on September 16.

If we would have to believe the latest release date leak, this means we have to wait an extra week for the release of the iPhone 7. This might prove true since past iPhone release schedules tie more closely with the AT&T's leaked date.

Pre-orders for the previous Apple models, the iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus, began on September 12 and the mobile devices have started to sell on September 25. When it comes to the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, these models have been announced on September 9, preorders were opened on September 12 and the mobile phones arrived in retailer shops on September 19.

There have been many speculations and rumors about the next iPhone model that we already feel that we know everything about the highly-anticipated mobile device, including its features, specs and design. According to Business Insider, one of the best new rumors about Apple's upcoming flagship iPhone 7 claims that even the base model will come with more storage than 16 GB. 

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