2017 is an ‘s’ year according to Apple’s release schedule, which means we’re due upgrades of last year’s iPhone 7.
True to form, the Apple rumour mill suggests that an iPhone 7s and an iPhone 7s Plus will be launched this September (alongside a special 10 year anniversary model), with a release date shortly after.
The iPhone 7s Plus is unlikely to be too different from last year’s model, although there are some exciting new features rumoured.
One such feature is a new OLED screen with a much improved resolution. The screen may also include the iPad Pro’s True Tone technology, which adjusts colours based on ambient lighting. This screen may cover the iPhone 7s Plus’ entire front panel, although this feature may only appear on the 10th anniversary device.
The iPhone 7s Plus may also receive a size boost, with a 5.8 inch model potentially becoming the biggest iPhone in history.