The Jet Black iPhone 7 has quickly turned into a craze that Apple completely sold out of the new color version prior to the official release back in September. According to rumors, Apple is planning to launch the new Jet White iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus following a warm initial response to the Jet Black model.
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However, these rumors seem to be unreliable, as Apple has never added a new color option to its new iPhones that have already been on sale. However, sources say that the Jet White iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus may launch alongside the new iPhone 8 next year when Apple celebrates iPhone’s 10th year anniversary.
The Jet Black iPhone 7 is a huge success for Apple this year despite that fact that it is more prone to scratching and scuffing than the other color options. Therefore, if you are now planning on getting the Jet Black iPhone 7 in the future, make sure that you use a case to prevent any further damage.
The new iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus coming out this year failed to deliver an overhauled design as previously expected prior to the launch event. The new iPhones come with almost the same design Apple debuted on the iPhone 6 back in 2014. However, this year’s iPhones bring in some daring changes that we have never seen on the prior iPhone models ranging from the removal of the standard headphone jack to the dual-camera system. The iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 serves as Apple’s first step for a special iPhone 8 planned for 2017.
The iPhone 8 is rumored to come with an all-glass design that is similar to the design that was used in the iPhone 4. Besides, the new iPhone 8 might be the first iPhone model to feature long-range wireless charging and biometric additions like iris scanner. Moreover, Apple is believed to launch three iPhone models next year including a premium model with dual-curve OLED display, a 4.7 inch and 5.5 inch models.
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