Apple’s iPhone 7, Macbook Pro 2016 & Apple Watch 2 launch dates may be announced in September event

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The Apple Watch is seen on display during a preview event at the new Apple Store Williamsburg in Brooklyn, New York, U.S., July 28, 2016. Reuters/Andrew Kelly

Rumours on Apple’s iPhone 7, Macbook Pro 2016 and Apple Watch 2 have been doing the rounds for quite some time. Fresh reports claim that the tech giant may release all three or at least announce their release dates during an event in September. Some believe that the event will take place on Sept. 7.

Apple may also announce specifics of its new operating systems during the event. iPhone 7 may be launched on Sept. 9 and that’s exactly what fans are hoping. It is one of the most-anticipated smartphones of this year that is supposed to come powered with an A10 processor and RAM of 3GB.

The high-end gadget is expected to be fitted with Smart Connectors and dual camera. The next-gen gadget will come in three variants, iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus and iPhone 7 Pro. iOS 10 is currently in the beta-testing mode and it may also be released along with iPhone 7.

Fans will be overjoyed if Tim Cook-led Apple also announces the Macbook Pro 2016 launch during the September event. The flagship brand could have an OLED Touch Bar that can unlock via Apple Watch. The touch bar is also expected to have an integrated fingerprint reader and will replace physical function keys, writes The Bitbag.

The new macOS “Sierra” will allow Apple Watch users to unlock the Macbook Pro 2016. The Apple wearable must be within the required range for the function to unlock the Macbook Pro 2016.

As per tech enthusiasts, the Apple Watch 2 will come packed with some amazing features. It will also have a new improved processor, improved waterproofing and a longer battery life. The device will be launched with pre-installed watchOS. The new operating system was announced by Apple during the Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC).

However, Apple has not confirmed any of these officially.