At this point, there has been more speculation surrounding Apple’s new iPhone 7 than Donald Trump’s hairline, and while we’re still waiting in anticipation, a leaked release date from a unexpected source has just heated things up.
In an interview with NPR, unlikely Apple advocate Barbra Streisand revealed a significant clue to the iPhone 7’s release date when she noted that the Siri hilariously pronounces her name incorrectly.
“I called the head of Apple, Tim Cook, and he delightfully agreed to have Siri change the pronunciation of my name, finally, with the next update on September 30th,” Streisand said.
Previously, iOS updates have conveniently coincided with the release of a new iPhone. Last year iOS 9 was released on September 16 and the iPhone 6S and 6S Plus came out 9 days later, while in 2014 iOS 9 became available on September 17 and the iPhone 6 was in stores only 2 days later.
So, while you wait to see if you can get your sticky fingers on the iPhone 7 on or around September 30th, check out the Apple rumour mill below.