All the Apple enthusiasts had been eagerly waiting for the iPhone 7 launch. And now, the wait has been over, as Cupertino company has revealed the device. More importantly, its launch is going to take place very soon. In this article, you will find its specific launch date, along with its impact on Samsung’s flagship smartphones.
iPhone 7 Launch: Shipment of the Next-Generation iPhones to begin from September 16
As expected, the next-generation iPhones, which are available in two different versions, are going to roll out from September 16 not only in the US but also in 28 countries, including the UK and Australia. The price of the standard model, the iPhone 7, starts at $649. On the other hand, the larger model, the iPhone 7 Plus, has been tagged with a base price of $769.
Back in July, leakster Evan Bliss tweeted that the iPhone 7 launch will take place on September 16. His prediction had generated a massive buzz throughout the tech communities.
Just to clarify, this refers to the retail release, not the launch event. To be even more specific, it should happen on Friday, Sept. 16th.
— Evan Blass (@evleaks) July 23, 2016
The iPhone 7 comes with some major design changes. For the very first time, it comes with the water and dust proof design feature. More importantly, it has no headphone jack. It has been equipped with the new Apple A10 processor, which allows it to operate at a furiously fast pace. The capacity of RAM remains unchanged (2 GB). The megapixel range of the primary camera is also unchanged (12-MP). However, it has larger aperture lens, which lets in 50% more light. As a result, the captured images look sharper and clearer than ever before. And the device has a longer battery life. You will be able to browse on LTE for 12 hours on the standard model. All these things make the new iPhone 7 one of the hottest smartphones of this year.
iPhone 7 Launch will Create a Massive Pressure on Samsung
Last month, Samsung had released its new flagship phablet, the Galaxy Note 7, in order to stay ahead in the game with Apple. More specifically, it wanted to create a massive pressure on the Cupertino company. The device was sold very well. However, due to the highly controversial battery burning issue, the Korean company has been forced to recall all the devices that had been sold. In the meantime, the iPhone 7 launch has been made. All these things have put Samsung into a huge trouble. If they cannot fix the battery burning issue soon, their market of the high-end phablets will completely be overtaken by the iPhone 7 Plus. It will be really interesting to see how Samsung deals with all the troubles in the next few months.
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