The annual iPhone hysteria is always one of the biggest tech announcement of the year, and the next two iPhones will be more of the same. We’re already hearing about things to come in the next two releases which seem to be the this year’s iPhone 6s and next year’s iPhone 7 with an official announcement expected out of the annual CES event held in early September.
There’s no reason to believe Apple will be looking to switch things up with the release announcements, although there’s speculation that both may be launched earlier than expected. According to a leaked email, it seems the iPhone 6s release date will start globally on September 25th with preorders starting from most of the top carriers on the 19th.
This seems to be pretty consistent with previous launches as the Consumer Electronics Show has become the launching pad for the newest iPhones with a worldwide launch only a couple of weeks later. According to the leaked email, the 25th of 2016 will be the release of the newest iPhone, although no specific name has been given.
There has been speculation that Apple will move to a traditional numbering pattern in their newest launches, but leaks suggest the S model will be seen once again. This would mean the iPhone 7 release date will in-fact be September of 2017 with maybe an iPhone 6c launch somewhere in between the 6s and 7. It seems Apple is gearing up for a huge marketing endeavor as leaks suggest more than 90 million new handsets will be produced, compared to the 80 million iPhone 6 ad 6 Plus models manufactured.
Both are likely to feature Force Touch Technology, a huge upgrade in camera specs, and a Samsung built A9 processor. We’re already hearing rumors the 2017 launch of the iPhone 7s will be upgrading to a true octa-core A10 processor, which will be the Apple processor yet.