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Thursday, August 13, 2015

iPhone 7 UK release date, price, specification & new feature rumours: New iPhone 7 design details leaked

The iPhone 7 (and most likely iPhone 7 Plus) will come in September 2016, and could come with an edge-to-edge display, no headphone jack, a waterproof body and more. Read on to find out all of the latest rumours about the Apple iPhone 7 UK release date, UK price and specifications.

Below we have rounded up rumours from around the web as well as making VCPC510 our own predictions based on what Apple has done in the past. The formula is clearly working for the company so it's unlikely it will deviate from the tried and tested update process next year.

The article was last updated on 12/2/2016 with a new 100-101 rumours about the iPhone 7's design.

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iPhone 7 UK release date rumours: When is the iPhone 7 coming out?

With the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus unveiled on 9 September 2015, and the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus on the 9 September 2014, one might think the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus will come on 9 September 2016. Except that will 000-219 be a Friday, and it's much more Apple-like to unveil new products on a Tuesday. Our money is on either Tuesday 6 September 2016, or Tuesday 13 September 2016 - probably the latter.

iPhone 7 UK price: How much will the iPhone 7 cost?

For its past two iPhone releases Apple has kept the pricing the same. That means we could well see the iPhone 7 costing £539 for a 16GB version, £619 for 64GB, and £699 for the 128GB iPhone 7. Rumour 1Z0-102 has it, though, that there may well be a 256GB model of iPhone 7, although we think that's unlikely. If there is, however, expect it to be well into the region of £800. We'll update this article as more rumours come to light.

The iPhone 7 (and most likely iPhone 7 Plus) will come in September 2016, and could come with an edge-to-edge display, no headphone jack, a waterproof body 500-051 and more. Read on to find out all of the latest rumours about the Apple iPhone 7 UK release date, UK price and specifications.

Below we have rounded up rumours from around the web as well as making our own predictions based on what Apple has done in the past. The formula is clearly working for the company so it's 70-346 unlikely it will deviate from the tried and tested update process next year.

The article was last updated on 12/2/2016 with a new rumours about the iPhone 7's design.

Looking for information on the current 4.7in iPhone? Learn more in our complete 70-410dumps guide to the iPhone 6s. Also see iPhone 6s Plus complete guide.

iPhone 7 UK release date rumours: When is the iPhone 7 coming out?

With the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus unveiled on 9 September 2015, and the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus on the 9 September 2014, one might think the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus will come on 9 September 2016. Except that will be a Friday, and it's much more Apple-like to unveil new products on a Tuesday. Our 70-513 money is on either Tuesday 6 September 2016, or Tuesday 13 September 2016 - probably the latter.

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iPhone 7 UK price: How much will the iPhone 7 cost?

For its past two iPhone releases Apple has kept the pricing the same. That means we could well see the iPhone 7 costing £539 for a 16GB version, £619 for 64GB, and £699 for the 128GB iPhone 7. Rumour A4040-226 has it, though, that there may well be a 256GB model of iPhone 7, although we think that's unlikely. If there is, however, expect it to be well into the region of £800. We'll update this article as more rumours come to light.

 The iPhone 6s and 6s Plus looked largely similar to the 6 and 6 Plus, which is usually the case with Apple's 'S' models. We are expecting to see something C_A1FIN_10 completely new for the iPhone 7, although it's very likely that it too will come in Silver, Gold, Space Grey and Rose Gold.

The latest design rumours to emerge claim that the iPhone 7 could actually have a ceramic back like the One Plus X. This could make wireless charging easier to impliment (read more on this below) but it FileMaker could also make the iPhone 7 look rather different. The rumour came from Business Korea, but there's no real evidence to support the claim. There is, however, a rendering to give an example of what it could look like:

Earlier reports that also emerged in February claim that the iPhone 7's camera will be flush against the back of the phone rather than protruding as it is currently on the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus.

That's according to MacRumors, which C2010-570 claims to have spoken with a reliable source who says a second design change for the iPhone 7 will be the removal of the antenna stripes on the back of the iPhone, as demonstrated in the mockup below.

But these design changes could well apply to the same ceramic back rumour, as the rendering from Business Korea also ditches the antenna lines and has a flush camera.

With the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus Apple finally budged on some of the specifications it has refused to change for years, such as the 12Mp iSight camera, up from 8Mp in the 6 and 6 Plus. It's likely that Apple will stick with that 12Mp camera for some time to come, although one thing it still refuses to improve is the screen resolution. With rival smartphones now offering Quad- and Ultra-HD screens, we hope that Apple might bump up its pixel count in the iPhone 7 - perhaps to the C2180-376 400ppi level of the Plus models.

Apple might stick with the 4.7in and 5.5in screen sizes, but with so many phones having a 5in or larger screen it could well move to 5- and 5.7in models and look at ways of increasing the screen-to-body ratio which is fairly low compared to some phones right now.

Expect the usual C90-02A performance upgrades, with the new Apple A10 processor and embedded M10 motion co-processor. The iPhone 6s and 6s Plus were the first iPhones to finally get 2GB of RAM, and expect this to stay the same in the iPhone 7.

The iPhone 7 will ship with iOS 10 installed. Expect Apple to unveil iOS 10 (or iOS X?) at WWDC in June 2016.


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