Apple plans to live stream its event on September 7th

Apple plans to live stream its event on September 7th
Apple has already sent out the invitations for its September 7th event. Now, it is just a matter of making the announcement that introduces the Apple iPhone 7 and Apple iPhone 7 Plus. The event begins at 1pm Eastern Time (10am Pacific Time), and will be live streamed by Apple (more on that below).

According to the latest rumored specs, the Apple iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus will both feature new antenna line placements at the top and bottom edge of the models. The pair will no longer sport a 3.5mm earphone jack, and will carry a second speaker grille on the bottom of the phone where the jack used to reside. The rear camera lens on the iPhone 7 is larger, and a dual camera setup is found on the iPhone 7 Plus. Both models will have a capacitive touch button to replace the home button, and electromagnetics will make it feel to the user as through he/she were pressing a real button. Both handsets will be powered by the A10 chipset, and feature larger batteries (1960mAh for the iPhone 7, and 2910mAh for the iPhone 7 Plus). The amount of RAM on the iPhone 7 Plus will be hiked by 50% to 3GB.

We also could see the unveiling of the Apple Watch 2. According to Ming-Chi Kuo of KGI Securities, there will be two versions of the timepiece. The premium model will include GPS and a barometer. Overall, the Apple Watch 2 will have improved waterproofing capabilities and a faster processor. We could also see the second-generation Apple Watch powered by a larger 334mAh battery.

To live stream the September 7th event, click on the sourcelink. There are certain requirements which Apple has announced in a statement that you will find directly below.

source: Apple via MobileSyrup

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