Tonight is a big night for Apple. The company is all set to show off their gen-next smartphones, the iPhone 7 and the iPhone 7 Plus, as well as the much speculated, much debated iPhone 7 PRO makes its debut tonight. In addition to this, the Apple Watch 2 is also likely to be announced at the event. However, hours before the release of the next iPhone, Apple made a faux pas, and accidentally listed the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus smartphones on the Apple website. The screenshot below is from the Apple Hong Kong website, which was shared by Reddit user /u/Jaspergreenham.
This screenshot nearly confirms the rumors that the new iPhones are indeed coming out later today. Apple does not usually need to market their devices in such off-beat manners, and if it is indeed a legit screenshot, it is a faux pas from Apple and not an intentional update and removal. As of now the Apple Website listing is the only official-looking confirmation, but in a few hours from now, things will become clearer.
The iPhone 7 is expected to release in at least two variants, with an iPhone 7 PRO being released later in the year or early in 2017. Apple is expected to release the iPhone 7 with a 4.7 or a 5 inched screen, along with a 5.5 inched iPhone 7 Plus. The Apple Website listings gave away no details about these new, gen-next smartphones. (Check out a complete list of iPhone 7 specs which are being speculated as of now!)
There is a lot of excitement in the air leading up to the release of the iPhone 7 smartphone, and while the Apple Website news still remains unconfirmed, stay tuned with us for all the latest updates. Make sure to check our site during the launch of the iPhone 7 as we shall continue providing you with the latest updates of this mega launch!