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As we come closer to the major entry of the new iPhone 7 you can expect the pre-orders from Friday, September 9, as per the tweets of the creditable insider tipster Evan Blass. Since Apple announced new iPhones just a couple of days before pre-orders kick off in the past, you can expect the unveiling event on September 6 or so and market hits of the device up to September 16.

Rumors suggest that Apple might launch iPhone 7 Pro as the third variant together with iPhone 7 and iPhone7 Plus. According to Blass’s recent reports, iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 plus were internally code-named “Sonora” and “Dos Palos,” which belong to the names of cities in California. Predicted price for iPhone 7 is between Rs. 52,900 to Rs. 70,900 while of iPhone 7 Plus Rs. 60,900 to 78,900, and Rs. 70,900 to Rs. 88,900 for iPhone 7 Pro.

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The new model is expected to have various “Wow “factors. The Cupertino-based technology giant may introduce features like a waterproofing home button to be replaced by a touch-sensitive pad powered by 3D touch technology.

So far, we have come to know the iPhone 7 will come up with Gorilla glass v5.0 “toughened, up” to survive from high drops and Bluetooth-based wireless earphones that would work without a headphone jack. The twist is waiting for the camera – rumors suggest that there will be a larger camera at the top left as well as dual cams on the plus variant with some exciting features.

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