The company later revealed the new devices would come in 32GB, 128 GB, and 256GB sizes. Prices start at $649/£599 for the iPhone 7 and $769/£719 for the iPhone 7 Plus. Pre-orders begin on Friday, September 9, and devices will ship on Friday, September 16. iOS 10 will arrive on September 13 to support the new releases.
Perhaps as headline-grabbing, Apple also unveiled a new accessory to account for the disappearance of an analogue audio jack from its new devices. The new phones will come with Lightning-connecting earbuds and an adapter for 3.5mm headphones, but Apple will be pushing wireless headphones through a product called AirPods (sold separately from the iPhones for $159/£159; they arrive in October).In addition to the waterproof nature of the devices, Apple tweeted about the new camera setup before again removing the posts. The iPhone 7 Plus will feature a dual-camera setup providing "high optical res zoom at 2x." The iPhone 7 will not include the dual-setup, rather it will feature a 12MP camera that is "low-light-loving, optical-image-stabilizing, [and] wide color," according to the post.