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Apple products are an experience. This is something that has always separated the company from other phone companies, and any Apple product user would more than likely agree. Experiencing Apple products can be addicting, one experience just leads to wanting more and more.

According to Evan Blass (an apparent leaker of tech news when it comes to smartphones), has predicted the iPhone 7 release to fall during the week of September 12th, more specifically, on September 16th. Apple has yet to confirm or deny this particular date.

For the first time ever, Apple saw a drop in sales during the beginning of 2016. (Perhaps, Samsung becoming more desirable to consumers may have something to do with this?) It is being rumored that the sales for the the iPhone 7 won’t be anything significant because fewer people will less likely want to upgrade to the newest version of the iPhone.  

In fact, fingers are being pointed at Apple’s current management team for the decline in the usual high sales, stock, and interest. Tim Cook, the current CEO of Apple, may need to revisit one of Steve Jobs’ old playbooks.

Also, there doesn’t seem to be any “wow” factors being delivered with the coming of the iPhone 7. iPhone 7 isn’t even the official name yet, there’s a possibility it may be called 6SE, or something of that nature.

The 2017 iPhone release will probably be more of an exciting release for consumers, considering the fact that Apple will be launching a complete design revamp.

Guess we will all know if the predictions and rumors are true or false come fall. Stay tuned.

written by Chandra Meadows for POP ATL