It goes without saying that Apple is going to unveil a new iPhone over the next couple of months. The company traditionally comes out with new iPhones every fall and we don’t expect it to break from tradition this year. The iPhone 7 release date has now been rumored. It’s said that the company will launch its new iPhones during the week of September 12th.

The rumor comes from noted Twitter leaker @evleaks who has been proven right about these things many times in the past, so there’s no reason to believe that he’s outrageously wrong about this, at least at this point in time.

It should be mentioned here that Apple traditionally unveils new iPhones in the month of September. Last year, the iPhone 6s was unveiled on September 9th, so it’s rather easy to guess when the new iPhone could be out particularly when the company has made no indication of taking a break from tradition.

Scuttlebutt suggests that the 2017 iPhone models won’t bring many major changes, perhaps the only big change might be the alleged removal of the 3.5mm headphone jack and even that can’t be confirmed at this point in time.

Apple has a habit of not saying anything about its upcoming devices before it’s time to show them to the world so don’t expect the company to say something about the new iPhone models before September at the very least.

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