Earlier this week, Bloomberg reaffirmed rumours of what to expect for the upcoming ‘iPhone 7’, essentially the same design as the iPhone 6S, but with a dual camera upgrade for the ‘Plus’ model and possibly an integrated haptic Home button. Oh, and the 3.5mm headphone jack is set to disappear.
iPhone 7 concept by Martin Hajek
But within this morning’s Bloomberg report on the upcoming major MacBook Pro refresh, Mark Gurman slides in this date about a planned Wednesday, September 7 iPhone event:
The MacBook Pros aren’t likely to debut at an event currently scheduled for Sept. 7 to introduce next-generation versions of the iPhone, according to one of the people.
The Wall Street Journal previously reported Apple’s next iPhone will debut with 32GB as the minimum storage option, instead of 16GB, and next year’s tenth anniversary model is the one set for a major redesign.
If Apple is indeed set to hold this iPhone event on an Wednesday (typically they’re on Tuesdays), it will coincide with Sony’s PS4 Neo event. Expect to hear confirmation from other journalists if true, such as John Paczkowski from BuzzFeed News or Jim Dalrymple from The Loop, if true. We’ll find out soon enough, stay tuned!