We finally know when the new iPhone 15s are dropping
The wait for the new iPhone 15 is nearly over, as we finally have a date for Apple’s September launch event.
On Tuesday, the tech giant sent out invitations for a ‘special event’ on September 12 at 6pm UK time.
In the invite sent by Apple, the company says its ‘Wonderlust’ event will take place live from Apple Park.
It also includes the Apple logo in grey, blue, and black, possibly teasing the colour options on the new iPhone 15 Pro lineup.
The much-anticipated launch is expected to feature the unveiling of a new line of iPhones and smartwatches.
According to invites from the world’s most valuable company, the event will be hosted at the Steve Jobs Theater at its headquarters in Cupertino, California.
Tim Cook, the current CEO of the company, will likely be delivering the speeches.
According to Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, the most expensive variant of the new generation iPhone will have a periscope camera that could improve zoom capacity by 5 times or more.
Other rumours include a new processor on Apple’s smartwatch lineup based on Apple’s A15 Bionic chip, already used in previous iPhone models to boost performance, according to a Bloomberg News report.
Wall Street analysts have said the company will try to entice shoppers with a range of new features for its flagship device, as the launch comes against the backdrop of a slump in smartphone demand globally.
The event will be streamed live on Apple’s website or the Apple TV app.
Apple’s last event was the WWDC in June, where it announced its first AR/VR headset, the Apple Vision Pro.
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