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Apple Inc. is rumored to hold its annual fall event on September 7 and unveil its iPhone 7 models. The new smartphones including iPhone 7 and 7 Plus will reportedly have some small design changes including better cameras, flush home button, and no headphone jack. In addition, the tech giant could also introduce the next Apple Watch; and final versions of operating systems for iPhone, iPad, Mac, Apple Watch, and Apple TV.

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The September event will feature the iPhone 7. It will include some tweaks but the smartphone will likely get big changes for its 10th anniversary models next year.  

Apple will release a 4.7-inch iPhone and larger 5.5-inch Plus model. This differs from previous reports that it would also introduce an iPhone 7 "Pro" model at the September event.  

The iPhone 7 is expected to get a larger camera, which would suggest it is will also have a bigger sensor to capture more light and take better pictures.  

Meanwhile, the iPhone 7 Plus is expected to have a dual-camera system. It would take two images at one time and then stitch them together to create a digital single-lens reflex (DSLR)-like photo, according to Business Insider.

The iPhone's physical home button will reportedly be changed to a pressure-sensitive pad. Apple will probably remove the home button from next year's iPhone 8.

It is also highly likely that iPhone 7 will lose its 3.5mm headphone jack. The new options will be to plug in headphones into the smartphone's Lightning charging port, or use Bluetooth wireless headphones.

The Silicon Valley company might bundle a pair of Lightning earbuds with the iPhone 7. However, it is also viable that Apple could sell the earbuds as an extra accessory.  

Apple Watch might also be getting a refresh. That would include the same basic design and new sensors for health tracker functions.

Apple's four operating systems have been in beta versions since they were unveiled at its Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) in June. It will probably launch final versions of iOS 10, macOS Sierra, watchOS 3, and tvOS at the September 7 event.

In related news, Incase has released a new sleeve for the iPad Pro that includes a built-in holder for Apple Pencil, according to Macworld. It also has a fake-fur lining and matching zipper.

The iPad accessory is available for the 9.7-inch and 12.9-inch iPad Pro, and costs about $47 at Amazon.

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