Apple has been launching its new iPhones every September for the last four years, but that may change with next year’s model. According to information that Apple Insider received from a reliable source, Apple is planning to release the next iPhone much earlier than expected, although it’s not known how much earlier. Information on the devices specs are still unknown as well, but the source claimed that the iPhone 7 will have a completely new design, which is to be expected.
Though Apple has used the month of September to introduce new iPhones for four straight years, that could change in 2016 with an earlier than expected debut for the ‘”iPhone 7,” a source has told AppleInsider. Since the iPhone 5 launched on Sept. 21, 2012, all proceeding iPhone models have launched around that same late-September period. Most recently, the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus arrived in the hands of consumers on Sept. 25. But that pattern could end next year with an earlier launch, a reliable source told AppleInsider on Wednesday. The same person has, in the past, provided accurate information about the Apple’s future product plans. Exactly how early it might launch, however, remains unknown. Up until the iPhone 4s in 2011, the first four generations of iPhone upgrades launched in the summer, in the months of June and July. The lone outlier from those launch windows was the iPhone 4s, which became available in October.
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