Apple has been pretty consistent over the years with the release of their newest iPhone, and in 2017 their looking to make sure the iPhone 7s debuts ahead of the Galaxy Note 7. Both Apple and Samsung have been in direct competition with each other, and this seems to be more of the case with the iPhone 7s release date.
The many rumors surrounding the launch of the 7s looks to give Apple the competitive edge as both the iPhone 7s and iPhone 7s Plus will be launched the same time. There was some speculation that Apple would sort of disrupt the consistency while launching the 7s months before around the same time as the Galaxy S8 while launching the 7s Plus just before the Note 7.
There have also been some iPhone rumors in circulation suggesting the “s” moniker that has preceded the numbering system would be a thing of the past, but new information suggests otherwise. Information was thought the next iPhone would be the 7 instead of the 6s, but after new leaks we believe we’ll see the release of the iPhone 6s in just over a month.
With a couple of years left until the official Apple iPhone 7s release date is given, we can’t help but wait early September of 2017. With many rumors already out including a 3D display, eye sensing technology, 24MP front camera, and at least a 7MP front camera. The 7s is also believed to be slightly bigger at 5.1 inches while the larger, 7s Plus is rumored to feature a 5.8” display.
Those in Asia including Japan, Korea, and China should be the first to see the 7s many others will have to wait until the 2nd or 3rd week. The US iPhone 7s release date should be in the middle of September, and we’ll be bringing you the official launch announcement as soon as we get it.