Apple expected to unveil the next iPhone on September 7

Apple is expected to unveil its next generation iPhones in a live event at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco on September 7.

The tech giant will most likely show the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus as well as an iPhone 7 Pro for the first time. However, there were rumors that instead of a new flagship smartphone line, Apple will introduce an iPhone 6SE and iPhone 6SE Plus models.

Some photos and reports circulating online indicate that the new iPhone will have a bigger lens, with the pro version sporting a dual camera with super zoom capabilities.

The dual cam software can merge two shots together to create a more detailed image, reports earlier said.

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The announcement will probably include what was seen as a controversial move by Apple: killing off the headphone socket, which multiple reports claimed that will force owners to use a new wireless earphones called "AirPods."

Some industry experts believe that with the headphone jack removed, the iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus, and iPhone 7 Pro or iPhone 6SE and iPhone 6SE Plus will be thinner and more water-resistant.

It's been said that a second speaker might replace the missing headphone socket.

Mainstream tech sites also report that the new iPhones will have the same 4.7-inch and 5.5-inc screens, but Apple removed the two antenna lines at the back of the current phones.

If rumors turn out to be true, the next iPhones will have a 3,100mAh battery and the larger models will come with a 256GB storage capacity.