Most Apple watchers expect the company to unveil a number of new iPhone models and a release date for its next iOS operating system during the event, held at the company's slick Apple Park headquarters.
After months of rumors, Apple has confirmed that it will be holding an event on september 12, with many insiders speculating that the company will use the day to announce a slate of new products, including new iPhones, MacBooks, iPads and more. The larger model will boast a 6.5-inch OLED screen - dwarfing the iPhone X's 5.8 inches and 5.5 inches for the iPhone 8 Plus, according to Bloomberg.
Apple typically launches new iPhones on a Friday two weeks after CEO Tim Cook unveiled everything on stage. Surprisingly, the model names of the upcoming devices are said to belong to the iPhone XS naming structure, so let us see if this ends up being true during the keynote.
The third phone will be a budget model, and the lower cost will reportedly be achieved with aluminum edges instead of a stainless steel casing and the cheaper LED screen.
Apple announced Thursday that its next "special event" will take place on september 12 at the Steve Jobs Theater on its Apple Park campus in Cupertino, Calif.
But now the wait is over as Apple has officially sent out the invites for its most important event of the year. Only, in 9to5Mac's images, we can finally see what appears to be Apple's flagship phone in gold.
The leaked render above shows off what seems to be a new watch face that includes much more information than before, and Apple will likely update other watch faces to work better with the larger displays of the Apple Watch Series 4.
Beyond the iPhones, Apple is also planning new Macs, Apple Watches, and iPad Pros for debut this year. The Apple Watch Series 4 will come in a gold color option and use the same bands as the previous three versions.