Apple will be hosting its annual iPhone 7 event tomorrow night, where the company will be unveiling its latest iPhone. We cannot be more excited for the iPhone 7 event, and we want you to be just as excited as we are. This is why we have put together a guide to the iPhone 7 event.

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What Is The iPhone 7 Event

iPhone 7 Event

Every year around September, Apple lifts the lid on its latest and greatest devices. Last year on 9 September, the company revealed the iPhone 6S, and iPhone 6S Plus. Along with the reveal came the iPad Pro, and Apple Pencil. This year, one thing is clear. Apple will be revealing the latest iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus. If you have any doubts, just look at the invitation that was sent out to media. “See you on the 7th”, is a clear sign of what is to come.

What To Expect

We are confident that Apple will reveal a brand new iPhone 7 model – a 5.5″ and a 4.7″ model. The iPhone 7 Plus is said to have dual cameras, as well as a smart connector at the back of the device. The camera on the Plus model is said to offer DSLR quality pictures, as well as a Bokeh Effect lens. As for the smaller model, it will be vastly improved on from its predecessor. We can expect faster internals, an improved camera, as well as  better iOS 10 integration. One of the most controversial hardware changes will be the removal of the earphone jack, which is rumoured. This means that users will make use of the Lightning Connector for audio output.

 

Could we see an Apple Watch 2 announcement? It has been a year since the original model was revealed, and if Apple follows its usual product releases, we could see a faster and slimmer watch. The Apple Watch has been a huge success, so it would not be a surprise if the tech giant does indeed reveal the successor to the Apple Watch.

How To Watch The iPhone 7 Event

You can live-stream the event over at Apple.com, right from your Apple device, or Safari web browser. The event will start at 19:00 PM South African time tomorrow (07 September 2016). We will have a full roundup of the event right after it wraps up.

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