Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr Earlier we reported that the Apple iPhone 7 is likely to be called iPhone 6SE, and now we’ve got news that the upcoming handset can be pre-ordered on September 9. The news came from Evan Blass, the infamous leaker who also writes for Venture Beat. Apple usually unveiled their iPhones in September and according to several leaks the next iPhone is not going to be very different to the current devices. It was Bass who has tipped that Apple won’t call the new devices iPhone 7 but iPhone 6SE. According to a recent report by Nowhere Else, Apple is probably is going to launch not two but three new iPhone variants – iPhone, iPhone Plus and iPhone Pro. The first two are going to an upgrade on iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus, while the iPhone Pro could be Apple’s attempt at making a dual-rear camera smartphone. We are speculating that the next generation iPhones could feature larger camera bumps to accommodate a 12-megapixels camera and a cleaner antenna design. The upcoming iPhone 7 may come with 3D Touch Home Button, and will probably have a water-proof design. Mac Otakara is a Japanese site that is said to have connections with Apple’s supply chains in Asia, making it a widely trusted source of information for Apple products. They said that iPhone 7 might not include a physical home button, but instead, opt for a touch-sensitive 3 D Touch home button with haptic feedback. It’ll have no headphone jack. Apple is working on wireless earbuds, according to rumours. According to earlier leaks, will have no mute button. Apple’s iPad and iPad Pro too doesn’t have a mute button and comes with a Smart Connector. Evan Blass claims that the iPhone 7 will launch on the week of September 12, but since iPhone 6S hit the stores on September 25, the iPhone 6 on September 19, the release date of iPhone 7/iPhone 6SE will probably be slightly earlier than usual.