Apple Inc is yet to open up on its upcoming products but that hasn't stopped speculations on the release date of its upcoming flagship smartphone dubbed as the iPhone 7. Now, reports are doing the rounds that it would be launched in the second half of the year while the iPhone 6s arrives this spring.
The release date of the iPhone 7 is expected to fall on the second Tuesday of September 2015 and the iPhone 6s in spring along with Apple Watch, according to a report by Stabley Times. It contradicts earlier reports Apple's next-generation smartphone would be unveiled in spring this year.
Apple Inc launched the 4.7-inch iPhone 6 and the 5.5-inch iPhone 6 Plus last year, making many assume that it would launch its upcoming devices – the iPhone 6s and iPhone 7 – simultaneously in the first half of this year but going by the Cupertino giant's tradition, the flagship smartphone should arrive after its predecessor completes one-year cycle in the market.
Nothing much has been reported on the specifications of the iPhone 7, but a few reports that have surfaced so far have suggested significant feature upgrade over its predecessor, the iPhone 6.
In what would enhance multi-tasking and improve speed, Apple's upcoming smartphone will come with 2GB RAM, compared to 1GB RAM seen in the iPhone 6, and the new iPad come packed with 4GB RAM, reported EMSOne (via TechnoBuffalo).
According to iPhone7update website, the device would be powered by A8 processor, have 256GB or more internal memory, screen protected by sapphire crystal glass, chassis made of liquid metal and feature a 14mp main camera and 4mp front snapper. It is also reported that the iPhone 7 would come with A9 processor and camera capable of taking high-quality pictures.