Apple has already sent invites to its fall iPhone event, however there were no clues as to the agenda for September 12. While a dramatically redesigned 10th-anniversary iPhone is expected, most reports have also described an incremental upgrade commonly referred to as the iPhone 7s. Now 9to5mac claims Apple has other plans for the upcoming iPhone names.
It's official. Apple on Thursday sent out invites to an upcoming event on September 12th at its new Cupertino campus. As the invite points out, this will be the first Apple keynote to be held at the Steve Jobs Theater in Apple Park. The event will take place at 10:00 am (PST) and it will be live streamed on the official Apple Events page.
Apple's fall event has been all but confirmed for September 12. With so many new products on the horizon, leaks have been coming fast and furiously. While most of these point to the upcoming 10th-anniversary iPhone 8, there are still two additional iPhones launching next month. Now sources have told TechnoBuffalo the iPhone 7s and iPhone 7s Plus will have different dimensions than the current iPhone 7 and 7 Plus.
Depending on who you believe the iPhone 8 may be in short supply come September. According to the Economic Daily News (via 9to5Mac), all three rumored next-generation iPhone models have yet to start mass production. The new 4.7- and 5.5-inch "iPhone 7s" models will not even begin production until August, and the iPhone 8 may not be available until November.
The tenth anniversary of the iPhone is fast approaching, and rumors surrounding Apple's next generation smartphones are starting to solidify. The latest report from Mac Otakara points to a flagship model named "iPhone Edition" in the pipeline. Launching alongside the iPhone 7s and iPhone 7s Plus, the iPhone Edition is said to have already passed Apple's engineering verification testing (EVT) process.