Apple will unveil the newest versions of its iPhone at a press event on September 12, the Wall Street Journal reported Monday. Subscribe on Apple Podcasts and Pocket Casts for new episodes every week. Back in 2015, Cook said he plans on giving away most of his wealth to charity.
We already know that earlier this month reports claimed that the upgraded iPhone 7s would be thicker to switch to glass backing and wireless charging.
Various leaks about Apple's controversial yet virtually bezel-less redesign, a detailed iPhone 8 dummy model confirmed that the devices would have an elongated 18.5:9 aspect ratio like the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus.
The dual rear camera segment will reportedly be vertically-aligned and not horizontally, as in iPhone 7 Plus.
The company will also introduce iterative updates to the existing iPhone lineup, tentatively referred to as "iPhone 7s" devices. While there is no word on the price yet, the "anniversary edition" is expected to be the costliest iPhone yet. For instance, the new Apple Watch will likely sport a built-in modem to enable users to listen to streamed music, make calls and even use some apps such as Uber. In addition, this September marks ten years since Steve Jobs launched the first iPhone. The business's revenue for the quarter was up 7.2% compared to the same quarter previous year.
Aside from the three smartphones, a new Apple Watch and Apple TV is expected to be announced.