The reliable leakster Evan Blass (also known as @evleaks on Twitter) tweeted that the iPhone 7 probably comes out on September 16th in the United States. That would be in line with release dates of previous iPhones.
Evan Blass is well known for frequently leaking raw messages from sources. Saturday morning, he wrote on twitter that the retail release of the iPhone 7 will take place on September 16th, without further explanation. He also clarifies this is not the date of the official launch event.
Just to clarify, this refers to the retail release, not the launch event. To be even more specific, it should happen on Friday, Sept. 16th.
— Evan Blass (@evleaks) July 23, 2016
In recent years, Apple released its new flagships always in September. The iPhone 6S appeared on September 9th on the market in the United States. So, the rumor from Evan Blass would, therefore, might become the truth.
iPhone 7 rumors
iPhone 7 would not be much different from the iPhone 6S in design. However, the antenna lines on the back would be eliminated. Many rumors and alleged pictures of the device and components have been leaked lately. Rumors hint that the headphone jack may disappear in the new device. Headphones should then be connected via the Lightning port or Bluetooth. Furthermore, the iPhone 7 will get a bigger camera and the iPhone 7 Plus get a dual camera for better pictures.
The new device is not expected to have a 16GB version in any case, but it would have a minimum of 32 GB of storage.