Review Foto Price iPhone 7 On September 2016

So we know the iPhone 7 key specifications, new touch sensitive home button and its most controversial additions and omissions, but now we also know when Apple AAPL -0.11% will reveal its new iPhone to the world…

Somewhat burying the headline in an article about MacBook Pro upgrades, Bloomberg has casually confirmed that Apple will launch the iPhone 7 at an event on September 7th:

“The MacBook Pros aren’t likely to debut at an event currently scheduled for Sept. 7 to introduce next-generation versions of the iPhone,” writes Mark Gurman, who made his name as a famously accurate Apple leaks specialist at 9to5Mac What’s more harga iphone 7 September 7th ties in perfectly with news last month from Evan Blass (aka @evleaks) that pre-orders for the iPhone 7 will begin on September 9th, with a subsequent release date of September 16th. Blass didn’t provide a date for the iPhone 7 launch itself, but I did write at the time:

“From this we should expect Apple to schedule the phone’s official announcement for September 7th – Apple does love Wednesdays.”

And it seems my hunch was right.



Interestingly the iPhone 7 launch timescale is significantly more condensed than in recent years. For example, in 2015 Apple announced the iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus on September 9th (yes, a Wednesday) but pre-orders started three days later on September 12th and took almost two full weeks to go on sale, hitting stores on September 25th. Harga iPhone 7

Could Apple be inching forward the iPhone release schedule to counter the success Samsung has enjoyed from gradually releasing its iPhone 7 Plus rivalling Galaxy Note range earlier and earlier in the year? Perhaps, but given the change is just two weeks I wouldn’t read too much into it.

Moreover it seems both Apple and its fans already have their eye on next year’s iPhone. The 2017 model is expected to be a radical reinvention of the line to mark its 10th anniversary and leaks have already revealed a polarising ‘all glass’ chassis design and new ‘edge’ display.

As such I suspect 2016 is not going to go down as a landmark year for the iPhone, certainly not in comparison to 2014 and 2017. But at least we do know there’s not long to wait now. http://www.beritaponsel.net/

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