Apple Event on September 7 – Rumours Roundup & What is Expect: iPhone 7 & More
Post Date :: 2016 August 31Category :: Technology

If you were desperately waiting for the latest iteration of a more powerful and feature-rich iPhone .i.e. iPhone 7, then here is a good news for you. Your wait is finally over, as Apple has started sending the invitations for their upcoming tech-event on September 7.

Well, you can expect a newer, better and powerful iPhone 7 on September 7, because Apple has a tradition of introducing its new inventions to the world in the September event. Hence, if you are interested and eager to know, what all things / products / software will be launched, then here’s a rumours roundup for you.

iPhone 7

In September 2015, Apple launched iPhone 6 and iPhone 6s, followed by the release of tiny iPhone SE in March 2016. If we analyse the rumours, speculations and leaked information over the web, then the release of better and beautiful iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus is expected.

Apple Watch 2

We can expect the release of Apple Watch 2 along with a newer iPhone 7, because Apple Watch hasn't been updated since April 2015. Apple Watch 2 could be operating on the new operating system and may have some new fitness features.

iOS 10

Well, it’s no secret that in the past, every new iPhone and iPad released had the newest version of iOS software. This year will likely be no different. The company already previewed iOS 10 at its Worldwide Developer Conference earlier this year; hence, we can clearly expect a final version of iOS 10 software in the iPhone 7 and iPhone Plus.

iPad Pro

In September 2015, along with iPhone 6 and iPhone 6S, Apple also released a 12.9 inch iPad Pro to tempt iPad lovers across the globe. A month later, a 9.7-inch version was unveiled. This September, we can expect new iPad models, and most probably, a second-generation 12.9-inch iPad Pro.

MacBook Pro

Refreshed models of MacBook Pro were not released by Apple at WWDC 2016; hence, the world can expect a fresh line of MacBook Pro this autumn. The MacBook Pro is expected to be available in two different variants – a 13-inch model and a 15-inch model.

Want to Watch the Apple Event Live?

If you are one of the tech aspirants who wishes to watch the event live, then here’s how you can make it possible. To watch the live stream of the WWDC 2016 keynote on a mobile Apple device, make sure it's running iOS 7 or later, and open up the Safari app and browse to the WWDC16 June event webpage. You can also keep up with the entirety of the WWDC 2016 event with the WWDC app for iPhone & iPad.

The keynote begins at 10am PDT on September 7. For more on how to watch the Apple Event Live on Mac, Windows, iPhone, iPad, and TV, please Click Here.