Mark your calendars: Apple’s iPhone 8 launch event is on September 12th
Apple has already sent out invites for its next big event on September 12th (we’re not invited, tho), where the company is expected to reveal the next iPhone, along with updates to their Apple Watch, Apple TV, and both Mac & iOS software.
Apple is widely expected to announce three new iPhone units at the event: a next-generation iPhone 8 model with an edge-to-edge OLED display and a new 3D face-scanning camera, and updated versions of the current iPhone 7 and 7 Plus (possibly iPhone 7s’s) with wireless charging.
Additionally, the tech giant is also rumored to have a new 4K Apple TV coming out with the event, along with Apple Watches that will feature LTE connectivity.
And as usual, the Cupertino giant is also likely to release final versions of its new iPhone and Mac software around the time of this event. Apple first announced the iOS 11 and OS X High Sierra software in June of this year, at its WWDC or annual developers conference, though it’s been rolling it out in phases to app developers.
The September 12 event invitation doesn’t reveal much in the way of any teaser. And in fact, they just included a little phrase, telling the fact that this is the first event Apple is hosting in the Steve Jobs Theater on its new Apple Park campus in Cupertino.
We’ll find out more on September 12th.