Apple schedules an event for September 12th, new iPhones incoming?

Posted September 01, 2017

The tech giant Apple is gearing up for yet another highly anticipated smartphone launch on September 12 this year with its latest iPhone 8.

Apple today has sent out invites to select members of the press for an upcoming event at 10:00 am (PST) on September 12th. A new edition of the Apple Watch - probably the Series 3 - is also expected to make a debut and introduce an LTE chip to the watch, so that you can use most of its features without tethering it to an iPhone.

With Apple celebrating the iPhone's 10th anniversary this year, fans should expect something pretty special to arrive next month.

Apple has confirmed it will announce its next round of products on September 12. Based on these and some other recent reports, here is everything we know about the Apple iPhone 8. Whatever it ends up being called, it seems certain the new iPhone will be significantly different to Apple's current handsets.

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Apple iPhone 8 is rumoured to come with edge-to-edge OLED screen. To put that into perspective, the iPhone 7 is 4.7 inches and the iPhone 7 Plus is 5.5 inches.

It's expected that the tech giant will reveal a barrage of products during the keynote presentation, including a new, more expensive iPhone that features a almost bezel-less display and new facial recognition technology, as well as an iterative update to the current iPhone 7 - likely the iPhone 7s and 7s Plus.

One of the coolest features is rumoured to be wireless charging, which means the gadget will be placed on a "pad" to charge rather than needing to be plugged in.

On another note, the new iPhone is also expected to have a much higher price tag, even as compared to its price line.