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Apple announces special event on the 7th of September; new iPhones, Apple Watch 2 and new Macbook Pros could be unveiled

Finally, I mean Finally the date is set. Apple just sent our press invitations for a special event happening on the 7th of September, which is where they will probably unveil the all the new iPhones, the all new Apple Watch 2, and all new updated Macbook pros as well.

The invitation says “See you on the 7th.”, which clearly could be a reference to the upcoming iPhone 7.

The iPhone 7 will be a minor change in design when compared to the iPhone 6 and 6S but it will pack better specifications and it won’t pack a headphone jack. The new iPhones are also expected to be water resistant and we could see the iPhone 7 Plus rocking a dual camera setup as well, which in turn could be a reason why the press image has a blurred background. According to the rumours, Apple will also finally be done with the 16GB entry model and move up to a 32GB model as well.

The Apple Watch 2 will also be released on this event according to rumors and the anticipated refresh will mark the first update since the current model was unveiled two years ago and released a year and a half ago. The design is expected to look generally the same, but much needed speed improvements are on the way and a GPS chip for mapping workouts and using location services is expected. Better battery life and performance is also expected with new software updates coming soon.

When it comes to the Macs, the most talked about thing is the all new Macbook pros, which could feature A slimmer design, Touch ID, and a dynamic OLED touch panel in place of static function hardware keys. It will pack much more power as well.

These are all speculations, after all we may or may not see some of it, but I can guarantee you the new iPhones will be there and you can expect full coverage on the latest news from Andro Dollar. Stay tuned and share the awesome news with your friends if your excited for the latest Apple goodies coming soon.

Source – The Verge