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Every major iPhone, iPad and MacBook rumor we know of



Every year, there's hype for Apple's next batch of i-devices. This year, some of the Apple roster might be undergoing pretty significant overhauls.

Here's everything we know (or, at least, what's being rumored) about each of Apple's big hitters.

Keep in mind, none of these are confirmed (yet).

iPhone 7

  • Release date: Apple has a big event planned for Sept. 7, and Bloomberg reports that will probably be the iPhone's reveal date, with a release coming Sept. 16.
  • Headphone jack: Rumors have long implied that Apple will replace the headphone jack with a Lightning connector, meaning you can only listen with Lightning-ready headphones.
  • Waterproof: Phones have been "swimming" as long as humans have owned them, but the iPhone 7 might be the first iPhone that can actually handle a dip.
Is this the iPhone 7?

MacRumors also lists something called a "Smart Connector" on the back of the phone as a possibility. It's not clear what it would do.

As far as size, expect the iPhone 7 to be thinner, but about the same size as older models otherwise.

But some have bashed the rumored iPhone features.


A new size of iPad could be coming. MacRumors reportsĀ Apple could add a 10.5-inch iPad to go along with the 12.9-inch iPad Pro and a 9.7-inch standard iPad. Also rumored: flexible screens on the iPad and maybe OLED screens down the road. 

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Not much is known except the old standby: The new models will be really thin. According to LaptopMag, the new Macbook Pros might be thinner than the current MacBook Airs. And they might have fingerprint sensors, joining the iPad and iPhone. 

Apple Watch

We didn't forget about you, even if everyone else did! TechRadar reports Apple Watch 2 will debut at the same Sept. 7 event as the iPhone 7.

There's actually a worldwide trip dedicated to Pokemon Go

Meanwhile, Microsoft (yes, Microsoft) has been busy making your iPhone's camera better.

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