Published: Fri, September 01, 2017
Science | By Nancy Frank

Apple's Big iPhone Event Is September 12

Apple's Big iPhone Event Is September 12

It wouldn't be September without an Apple launch event so we can all rest easy now that Apple is confirmed the time and place for its iPhone 8 reveal.

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Early reports citing unnamed "carrier sources" suggested that Apple's plan was to hold the iPhone 8 (and 7s, 7s Plus) event on September 12th. The high-end model, which could cost as much as $1,000, will be the most transformative of the trio.

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The next generation iPhone, supposedly the iPhone 8 is said to be coming with the edge-to-edge display, a 3D face-scanning camera and a lot of new inclusions as this marks the 10th anniversary of the iPhone and Apple is said to be prepping up for some surprises. As per various reports published over the past many weeks, the new iPhone boasts many new features and enhancements, and one of those features is that it is an all screen high-end device. The home button will be sacrificed to make room for the display. They're expected to be less expensive. Unlike prior media invites, the tagline is most likely just a direct reference to the venue for the event as opposed to a cryptic clue to what Apple will be announcing. The show will also be available to livestream here.

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US-based Apple is all set to unveil the latest versions of its iPhone on September 12, in addition to rolling out updates to the Apple Watch, Apple TV, and iOS. Whatever it ends up being called, it seems certain the new iPhone will be significantly different to Apple's current handsets. Other rumours indicate that the company could have plans to reveal a new Apple Watch Series 3 that introduces standalone LTE cellular functionality to the device. Apple has reportedly been talking to movie studios about producing and acquiring 4K content for iTunes, which users could play on the new Apple TV.

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