Though it’s widely known that Apple launches and releases its new iPhone installments in the month of September, there has been no word on the exact release date of the upcoming iPhone 7 until today. 

Renowned smartphone leaker Evan Blass took to his Twitter account @evleaks within the first hour of Saturday to reveal the release date of the upcoming iPhones, reported GSM Arena

According to Blass, the release date of the iPhone 2016 units will fall in the week of September 12.

Though Blass did not give the exact date for the iPhone 7’s release, it’s easy to conclude that the handset and its other two versions will be released on Sept. 16, the Friday of the specified week.

Apple is known for keeping its tradition when it comes to the release dates of its smartphones. In fact, all of the previous iPhones starting with the iPhone 5 were released on a Friday of September.

Meanwhile, Apple is said to be launching three iPhones this year instead of just the usual two: a standard model and a bigger Plus version.

Apple Insider’s Roger Fingas confirmed on Monday that the Cupertino giant is all set to unveil three versions of the iPhone 7 in early September. 

There’s going to be a standard iPhone 7 with a 4.7-inch display, an iPhone 7 Plus with a 5.5-inch display and an iPhone 7 Pro with the same 5.5-inch display but with a dual-lens camera system and a Smart Connector at the back. 

What’s disappointing about this news is the fact that consumers who want to have the top-specced iPhone 7, they need to pay handsomely and aim for the highest tier model among the three, as pointed out by Forbes

In related news, Apple is said to have found a way to address the issue on the absence of the 3.5mm headphone jack from its newest iPhones.

Because the headphone jack is still the most universal audio plug, the iPhone maker will reportedly ship its new smartphones with a Lightning to 3.5mm dongle, BGR reported citing a research note from Deutsche Bank. 

Aside from the dongle, Deutsche Bank has learned that the iPhone 7 models will have “professional class water-proofing” and a re-designed home button.