Apple has just begun sending out press invites for its September 7th event, where we expect the next iPhone and Apple Watch to be unveiled.
There have been numerous leaks surrounding the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus, but one thing has been consistent. Both the new iPhones will sport a similar design to the previous-gen iPhone 6s but the antenna lines would be pushed to the periphery and the larger model with come with dual cameras.
We may also finally see the death of the 16GB iPhone and the new ones will begin at 32GB of internal storage. One less welcome change would be the removal of the headphone jack which we have already seen on Android smartphones like the Moto Z and LeEco Le 2, Le Max 2. With the removal of the 3.5mm headphone jack, Apple is expected to bundle a lightning to 3.5mm adapter within the box, leaked images of which we have seen earlier.
Not much is known about the dual lens system on the new iPhone 7 Plus, but they may go with a monochrome sensor on one to get sharper details and also use it for depth perception.
Coming to the Apple Watch. It has been more than one and a half years since the original came out and the time is ripe for an update. Given Apple's philosophy of design, there won't be a major change how the new Apple Watch would look but the internals will get a speed bump alongwith possibly GPS, bigger battery. It would run WatchOS 3, meaning you would get handwriting recognition and better multitasking right out of the box.