iPhone 7 To Release Next Week, Might Come In 5 Colors And A Stronger Battery

The long wait is about to be over as Apple announced the much awaited release of iPhone 7 happening on Sept. 7 at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium.

Despite the rumors and controversies facing the technology giant, the said launch is expected to be a major success.

The Invite's Hidden Message

According to reports, Apple already sent out invites for the said event and it hinted the unveiling of iPhone 7. The said invitation carries the tagline "See you on the 7th" which might be derived from the flagship's name.

It also displays a number of translucent colored dots outlining the upper part of Apple's logo. Some suggests this might be related to the availability of various color in the newest handset. There are some who speculated that the said colored dots looks like a bokeh effect which might hint a major camera lens upgrade in iPhone 7. The theories even went as far as suggesting that the said colored dots might be water droplets which make it relevant if the handset will have a waterproof feature.

The New Colors Of iPhone 7

 Also adding up to the anticipation of iPhone 7's release is the alleged variations of colors. According to Business Insider, the latest Apple handset will be available in five different colors. A photo leaked online shows the alleged device's SIM trays that come in silver, gold, rose gold and two black finishes: matte and glossy.

There are claims that the space gray color will be discontinued in favor of a darker shade of black. The said availability of colors will give customers additional variant to choose from.

iPhone 7 Promises More Battery Life

Apparently, iPhone 7 will carry a 1960mAh battery, slightly higher than iPhone 6S' 1715mAh. Meanwhile iPhone 7 Plus will supposedly have a 2910mAh battery, also higher than iPhone 6S Plus' 2750mAh. Although not significantly high, it's still a good upgrade considering that it can give users a 14 percent bump in capacity.

Apple will unveil the iPhone 7 on Sept. 7, 10AM at Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco.

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