The iPhone 7 launch date is here, as Apple sent out a Save the Date for September 7 today. Here’s what that means for your next iPhone upgrade.
Want to know the iPhone 7 release date or all the incoming features? You’ve come to the right place. It could be a big change this year, as the iPhone 6S is slightly underwhelming because it doesn’t bring anything amazing aside from fancy new 3D Touch technology.
But Apple always goes bigger on the non-S variants (think about the big jumps the iPhone 4, iPhone 5 and iPhone 6 brought) so we’re hoping for big changes both in and out.
iPhone 7 release date
Tim Cook will hold up the iPhone 7 and parade it around on stage on September 7. It’s now just one week away, and we already know the routine.
The not-coincidentally-timed launch date appeared in invites sent to TechRadar and other media outlets, saying, “See you on the 7th.” That doesn’t mean it’ll be in your own hands then, however.
The actual iPhone 7 release date is expected to be on the tail end of the next week, Friday September 16, with iPhone 7 pre-orders happening one week prior to that, Friday, September 9.
It’s no surprise that Apple is launching the new iPhone in September. It’s done so ever since the iPhone 5 (not counting March iPhone SE launch), and iOS 10 is due this autumn season, too.