We have had to wait a long time, but at last, it is time. Apple has announced that a special event will take place on Wednesday, September 12th, where the new iPhones will be unveiled.
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Apple sends out invites for the 2018 special event
It’s already August end, and, therefore, the time of the year that Apple invites reporters for its special event. This year, the Cupertino company aims to release new iPhone models on Wednesday, September 12.
As in previous years, you do not need an invitation to follow the presentation; Apple will make available a live stream for everyone.
The keynote will take place at the Steve Jobs Theater at the Apple Park, where the event was organized last year. This year’s March event was held at the Lane Tech College Prep High School in Chicago.
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Three new iPhone models to be unveiled
The September 12 event seems to be the biggest in years. Though we already know that a lot is in the offing, many details are still unclear.
Nevertheless, Apple will focus on three new iPhones – iPhone XI, iPhone XI plus and a cheaper 6.1-inch iPhone with LCD display.
These smartphones will probably not introduce any major new features and will be based on the design of their predecessor – the iPhone X.
The smartphones will likely have a glass design with a borderless screen, which occupies almost the entire front panel of the device.
In addition, there are many improvements to the internal hardware as well as the cameras. The most interesting smartphone, of course, will be the 6.1-inch iPhone as it will be a bit cheaper than its high-end counterparts.
Apple Watch Series 4 and MacBook Air could make a debut
Apart from iPhones, we expect Apple to release Apple Watch Series 4, which probably has a borderless display.
There are also rumors about a new low-cost MacBook Air, a new iPad Pro with Face ID, iMac, Mac Mini and the release of AirPower.
Moreover, the final versions of the operating systems that power these devices – iOS 12, macOS Mojave and watchOS 5 – will also go public at the event.
Will Apple livestream the event?
According to Apple’s event page, you will be able to watch it live on September 12 at 10 a.m. PDT.
If you have an Apple device, you can easily add the event to your calendar by tapping the “Add to your Calendar” button.