Apple will undoubtedly continue its usual tick-tock strategy of handset releases. 2014 gave us a the iPhone 6, 2015 brought the updated iPhone 6S and so 2016 will provide a whole new hardware design in the form of the iPhone 7. I’d be amazed if the new phone wasn’t called that (although I suppose iPhone Air is a possibility) and it will certainly be launched in late September, as in previous years.
Not much is known about the new design yet, but some rumours are circulating. There’s much talk of the phone getting rid of the headphone jack, using Lightning port and wireless headsets instead. This could, in turn, allow the phone to become slimmer still, although battery life could be a concern. There’s also talk of a camera with multiple sensors to improve image quality and focus speeds.