Apple will reportedly unveil its next iPhone -- which we're referring to as the iPhone 7 for now -- on September 7th, Bloomberg reports. That lines up with Apple's previous iPhone timing, as the 6S debuted on September 9th last year. According to previous rumors, the iPhone 7 will drop the beloved headphone jack, include a new home button with haptic feedback and, unfortunately, it'll likely look lot like the 6S. You'll have to wait until next year for a completely redesigned iPhone. Once again, the larger "Plus" model might also have better photo-taking capabilities, as current reports point to a dual-camera setup.