Apple has set September 10 as the day that the new iPhones will be launched. It will take place in the Steve Jobs Theater at 10 AM PDT at the Apple HQ in Cupertino, California.
The official invite confirms the date and time, and the invite features a transparent layered multicolored version of the logo as well as the words “By innovation only”. We’ll just have to find out exactly what innovations the company has included in the latest iteration of the iPhone.
Reports and speculations point to three new phones, a successor to last year’s iPhone XS, XS Max, and XR. The XS and XS Max replacements are reported to be called the iPhone Pro and to have three rear cameras, while the successor to the XR is said to have just a pair of lenses at the back.
In addition, the supposed Pro devices are said to feature reverse wireless charging of the AirPod’s case. It is also expected that the three devices will keep the Lightning port instead of the USB-C port.
The A13 chip is expected to be included in the new phones along with Haptic Touch instead of 3D Touch, while a wide-angle Face ID sensor may also be one of the many upgrades of the iPhones which would make unlocking easier with a wider variety of angles.