If you’ve been eagerly awaiting the release of the iPhone 7, you might want to hold on to your money a little longer. Several reports suggest this fall’s expected iPhone release will only offer incremental upgrades over the iPhone 6s, with Apple holding off on an overhaul of the phone until 2017.
That would be a change from the way Apple’s done things in the past. Traditionally, the company has released a new phone every year, following up a major update with a slight improved “s” model. With the release of the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus in 2015, that would have put us on track for that full-blown upgrade this fall.
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