Apple is all geared up to introduce iPhone 7/7 Plus and Apple Watch at “See you on the 7th” iPhone event on September 7. With the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEC) issuing new certificates for Apple products, it is confirmed that the several new versions of Apple Watch, iPhone 7 and 7 Plus along with wireless earphones are set to hit floor sooner than later.
Manufacturers need to get their electronic devices certified for sale in the countries which are signed up to the EAEC treaty. These countries include Russia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, and Armenia. Russian website iPhones.ru is claimed to have found a reference to “AirPods” as well as other Apple certificates added to the regulatory body’s digital products registry.
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The new iPhones with model numbers A1778 and A1784 seem to perfectly fall in line with the rumors. While the 5.5-inch model is seen to have a dual-camera, the 4.7-inch smartphone has got a single camera.
Since AirPods, the official wireless headphones which will be used with the next-gen iPhone, is ready to arrive, the removal of the 3.5mm headphone jack has finally been given the go ahead.
Apart from the iPhone 7, as many as ten Apple Watch models divided into three categories (Apple Watch Sport, Apple Watch, and Apple Watch Edition) are reported to hit the floor next week. It only highlights that the smartwatch will hog a huge limelight at the much-awaited event where the upcoming iPhone is expected to be a show-stopper.
The next-gen Apple Watch is said to come with a 35% larger battery essential for more powerful processor as well as the GPS chip. The wrist-worn device may also feature a better waterproofing and swim tracking.
The new MacBook Pro could also see the light of the day at the event. However, some rumors have suggested that the tech giant will announce it at a separate even later this year.
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