Trusted Twitter leaker Evan Blass has revealed the date when consumers can start pre-ordering their iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus and iPhone 7 Pro.

On Thursday, the famous tipster once again took to the social-networking site to reveal new details about the much-anticipated Apple smartphones.

“Confirmed: Pre-orders start on the 9th,” he wrote and added that his followers can just conclude from this bit when the Cupertino tech giant will most likely unveil the handsets to the world.

The tweet was actually a follow-up to the previous info he leaked last Friday about the official release date of the new iPhones.

“iPhone 2016 release: week of September 12th,” he tweeted on July 22, only to follow it up with a clarification tweet on July 23 that read: “Just to clarify, this refers to the retail release, not the launch event. To be even more specific, it should happen on Friday, Sept. 16th.”

According to GSM Arena, since pre-ordering for the devices will commence on Sept. 9, it is very likely that Apple will pattern this from last year's Sept. 9 launch date and Sept. 12 start of pre-orders. 

If this pattern would be followed, then the new iPhones will be launched three days earlier, specifically on Sept. 6. 

However, Fortune pointed out that everyone should still take Blass’ leaks with a grain of salt, since Apple likes to keep things secret and drop them when people are not expecting. 

Meanwhile, though the new iPhones will not sport completely redesigned bodies, the rumor mill has been abuzz for months because of the hype on what Apple has in store for its loyal consumers. 

The biggest change for this batch is the addition of another iPhone variant, the iPhone 7 Pro, which is expected to be the most premium offering among the three, because it sports a dual-lens camera system.

Another noteworthy modification Apple has done to its new iPhones is the removal of the traditional 3.5mm headphone jack in favor of Bluetooth-powered headphones.

Nonetheless, because the report about the absence of the headphone jack caused such a huge stir among expectant consumers, a recent report suggested that Apple has decided to include a Lighting-to-3.5mm dongle for every iPhone 7 (or any of the two variants) shipment, according to BGR

A Vietnamese video showing the dongle working seamlessly with iOS 10 is found below.