Apple will be unveiling its next iPhone model in September, and the device has been in the rumor mill for long enough. Most of the features that will be part of the next iPhone are already known such as the new camera and the exclusion of a 3.5 mm audio jack.
Evan Blass, who keeps detailed information about unreleased phones, said that Apple is unlikely to launch this model as iPhone 7, so there is a possibility will keep it a part of the iPhone 6 lineup.
This can be considered as company’s strategy to save the seventh generation name for 2017’s release when bigger changes are planned.
The company will be celebrating the 10th anniversary of the iPhone and the company is expected to make a design overhaul, including all-screen front design, all front-facing parts incorporated in the screen, and a no-bezel approach. This can be one reason for saving the iPhone 7 name for next year’s model.
There are also some reports about the date of launch. Evan Blass says the launch will take place in the week of September 12. If the rumours are to be believed then the device will be showcased on September 14 or 15, while the pre-orders could begin either after the conference, or at noon on September 16....