On even years, Apple typically introduces completely redesigned versions of the iPhone complete with new major features, a new look and a new number for the model. But this year, many speculate that Apple will buck the trend. Rather than a new design, many experts anticipate Apple will introduce a new iPhone with the same look and features that are only incrementally improved, saving a major refresh for 2017--the iPhone's 10th anniversary.
So what can you expect from the new iPhone on Sept. 7? It is widely believed the device will feature an improved processor, a larger camera and no headphone jack. That means you will likely have to use Bluetooth if you want to connect a pair of headphones, or else use new ones that can plug in through the Lightning charging port -- although then you won't be able to charge and listen simultaneously.
Aside from a new iPhone, Apple is expected to announce the launch day for its iOS 10 operating system. There is also speculation that Apple may unveil a new version of the Apple Watch. There is also a chance that the company uses the event to announce new versions of its MacBook Pro laptops.