Apple's next-generation iPhone 7 will be released on 25 September, according to a leaked Vodafone memo.
The memo, which was apparently sent to Vodafone employees and leaked to Mobile News, claims that the "new iPhone" will go on sale on 25 September, with pre-orders kicking off a week earlier on 18 September.
No prices or any further details about the device were mentioned.
Apple, typically, has yet to address the rumour. Such a launch data would make sense, however, as the firm released its previous three iPhones on 21, 20 and 19 September.
The "new iPhone", also referred to as the iPhone 7, might still be more than three months away, but that hasn't stopped the online rumour mill churning out speculation about the handset.
The screen resolution is unlikely to budge, but there's talk that the display on the iPhone 7 could be the first to support Force Touch.
Introduced on Apple's 12in MacBook, Force Touch enables a touch-sensitive surface to register degrees of pressure as well as movement. This feature will reportedly debut in iOS 9 at Apple's Worldwide Developer Conference next week.
The iPhone 7 is tipped to feature an A9 chip manufactured by TSMC. Previous speculation suggested that Apple would look to Samsung to supply the innards for its next-gen iPhone, but it has apparently dumped the firm.
The new iPhone camera is expected to be the "biggest camera jump ever", and rumours point to a 20MP rear-facing sensor and a much improved front-facing offering.
Other rumoured features include 2GB RAM, the same 16GB, 64GB and 128GB storage options as the iPhone 6 and built-in wireless charging support.
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