It's that time of year. Rumors are building really fast for Apple's next iPhone and, no, we're not talking about the small-screen iPhone SE that recently came out.
We're talking about the next big iPhone release. Each September, Apple rolls out its all-new, redesigned iPhone. Last year, it was the large-screen 6s and 6s Plus that introduced Live Photos, 3D Touch, the Rose Gold case and other features.
Recent rumors about the upcoming iPhone are expressing that it may be a letdown. Instead of a massive overhaul in design, a lot of people think the iPhone 8 coming out in 2017 will be the next overhaul of the iPhone.
As it turns out, the design includes the look of the iPhone 7 and the iPhone 7 Plus. The current rumor being circulated by reputable sources like NWE and Phone Arena say the iPhone 7 will look almost exactly like the iPhone 6s and the 6s Plus, but not including a dual-camera setup that had been originally reported.
The 6s and 6s Plus are nice-looking smartphones. But when it comes to Apple's much-hyped annual iPhone rollout, that's a bit of a bust.
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