While the release for Apple's iPhone 7 is unknown, rumors say that the upcoming handset will be released in September. According to Herald Recorder, Apple launches its new iPhone products in a consistent schedule, with each new handset having major update every release. With the iPhone 5 released in September 12, followed by the release of iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c in September 2013, it is assumed that the release of iPhone 7 will be in September this year. The iPhone 7 comes with an all new modern design and full high definition display, along with 1080 x 1920 pixels and a 70% stronger glass. The upcoming phone is reported to 5% thinner and 20% lighter than its predecessors. The handset will use the IOS 9 features, allowing faster bootup time and split screen multitasking. The operating system is also joined by an upgraded Siri and a new lockscreen. Users will enjoy the new features of iPhone 7's rear and front camera. The rear camera of the iPhone 7 is set to be 20.7MP (megapixels), which competes Sony Z3's. The back camera also features f/2.2 aperture, 200 FPS slow motion, and 4K video. Meanwhile, its new front camera is set at 8MP and features f/2.0 aperture and 1080p HD 60p video. The upcoming iPhone 7 will also utilize the new apple A9 chip, which has 8GB of RAM and 1GB of video memory. The A9 chip also enables the new handset to work three times faster while offering doubled speed of 3D graphics, as compared to its predecessors. Users will not have to worry on iPhone 7's battery lifespan. The handset's battery will be 15,000mA Li-ion Polymer, which enables the phone to have 14 hours on LTE Network, ten hours on 3D graphics, 57 hours on Music Playback, and 60 days of standby, if unused. At the side of the handset is the new touch sensitive button, which caters a modern design, along with a multi-color LED notification light. The notification lights for the home button, power button, and earpiece can be adjusted in iPhone 7's settings, which can also extend battery life. The new iPhone 7 also supports wireless charging, which can be adjusted from the phone settings. This system allows users to recharge the phone faster, even from over ten feet. Supply chain sources told Digitimes that shipments of the new Apple smartphones is assumed to stretch to 36 to 40 million in the third quarter and 50 million in the fourth quarter of 2015. Enriched with its new design and features, the upcoming Phone 7 is reported to be released in September, along with the iPhone 6s.