Apple event on September 7, clear your calendars , and be prepared !

Apple has sent out media invites for an event
scheduled on September 7, It is an open
secret that the event is being held to reveal the iPhone 7 and the iPhone 7
Plus, and it is highly likely that a second-generation Apple Watch will also be
revealed.
The event is taking place at the Bill Graham Civic
Auditorium in San Francisco on Wednesday, September 7, at 10am local time, (6pm
BST).
Apple often likes to include a hidden message in
its invitations, but this one gives very little away.

It carries the tagline “See
you on the 7th” – which may allude to the name “iPhone 7”, as
well as the date.
The iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 plus
 will be a curious mix of new technology and stop-gap measures designed to
break  Apple’s smartphone business away from a two-year cycle that would
see a ‘vanilla’ numbered handset one year followed by an upgrades ‘S’ handset
in the following years. Much of the technology that could cause excitement and
drive the iPhone forward is not expected to be seen until the tenth anniversary
iPhone that will be released in 2017. Touches like a curved screen, OLED
displays, and an all-glass chassis to go with the front and back covers will
have to wait.
Rumours
swirling around iPhone
Rumours have been swirling about the iPhone 7 for
many months, with numerous rumours and leaked photos adding fuel to the frenzy. 
  • The
    most persistent (and controversial) rumour is that Apple is going to get
    rid of the headphone jack, evidence appeared in November 2015, with a
    report stating that Apple would remove the port to make the iPhone 7
    “more than 1mm thinner,” though rather than a new port it was
    said to be relying on the Lightning port and Bluetooth earbuds.
  • There
    are a lot of other rumours that the iPhone 7 will get a camera upgrade –
    but this may only apply to the 5.5-inch iPhone 7 Plus, not the 4.7-inch
    iPhone 7.
  • The
    rumour is that it the larger iPhone will get a dual-lens camera that will
    be able to snap SLR-quality photos and 3D images.
  • There
    has been a lot of talk about Apple removing the Home button, but the
    latest rumours suggest this will be a key feature of next year’s model.
  • Instead,
    Apple could add some pressure-sensitivity to the Home button, meaning it
    will perform different functions depending on how hard you press it.
Both devices are said to look similar to the iPhone
6s, with the same general size and shape, but with relocated antenna bands that
no longer span the back of the devices.
Faster LTE and Wi-Fi speeds are rumoured, as is a
jump in storage space with 32GB positioned as the new minimum and a 256 GB
option rumoured at the high end (possibly limited to iPhone 7 Plus). Display
improvements first introduced in the 9.7-inch iPad Pro, including the True Tone
feature able to adjust the display to match ambient lighting could be offered,
and the larger iPhone 7 Plus is expected to have exclusive features like 4 GB
RAM and a dual-lens camera for crisper, brighter images.
All important problem will probably be sorted
Apple have probably figured
out the most annoying problem anyone had with their iPhone, storage issues.
Apple has introduced a
new storage tier for iCloud that grants 2TB of space for $19.99 a month. This
pricing is similar to Google Drive’s terabyte pricing, which starts at $9.99 a
month for 1TB, and is slightly more than Microsoft’s 1TB plan for $6.99 a
month. Apple’s new plan is not replacing a previous one, so you’ll still be able
to pay $0.99 a month for 50GB, $2.99 for 200GB, or $9.99 for 1TB. Mac and iOS
users who don’t pay for iCloud also get a default amount of 5GB for free.
Given that the largest
iCloud storage tier has always been eight times that of the largest capacity
iPhone, there is a possibility we may see a new 256GB iPhone 7 Plus announced.
But people with lower
storage capacity iPhones will be very happy with these low prices for iCloud
storage facility.
All important prices (Rumoured)
The 32GB, 128GB and
256GB of iPhone 7 would approximately cost
Rs 53,150, Rs 61,200 and Rs 71,250 respectively. While 32GB, 128GB and 256GB
versions of iPhone 7 Plus would roughly cost Rs 61,200, Rs 69,200 and Rs 79,300
respectively.
Other products possibly to be revealed
All will be revealed on
the 7th of September, the new iPhones, possibly the new Apple iWatch.

We all have very eagerly
waited for the iPhone 7 with the rumours keeping us on our toes the whole time,
September 7 is going to put us all out of our misery, and we are very excited!! 

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1 Response

  1. Rishab says:

    I'm so fucking excited best iPhone yet!!!

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