Apple expected to unveil 10th anniversary iPhones at September 12 event

Bill Rogers
September 4, 2017

The unveiling of the three new iPhones will take place at the newly developed Steve Jobs Theater located in the Apple Park campus, starting from 10 AM on 12th September. These two iPhone variants are expected to be launched along with iPhone 8 during the 10th-anniversary of Apple. The iPhone X will be the limited edition device with an asking price of over $1000 with never before seen smartphone features. Previously, some of these casemakers had also shared dummy images of the premium version iPhone in a rugged case, as tweeted by Evan Blass. We'll also learn what Apple is going to call it. With this in mind, it is expected to release three new smartphones, iPhone 7S, iPhone 7S Plus and its anniversary iPhone, which is now known as the iPhone 8. Confusing, right? Nevertheless, Apple will sort everything out on 12th September.

Beside the display, another highlight of the iPhone X is said to its front-camera. After talking to several casemakers, at the ongoing IFA event in Berlin, they think that the high-end device might be named iPhone Edition.

As usual, the famously secretive Apple didn't say what's on tap, but this is typically when Apple unveils new iPhones.

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Invitations sent in the United States overnight show the iPhone launch will be aptly staged in Steve Jobs Theater, named after the company's famous co-founder who launched the iPhone as "one more thing" 10 years ago.

Samsung last week unveiled a new model of its Galaxy Note as it seeks to leave behind the debacle over exploding batteries in the previous generation of the device, and mount a renewed challenge to Apple and its soon-to-come iPhone 8. This is as the technolgy already made its debut in Apple iPhone 7 Plus past year. For the event's formal schedule, it takes place at 1 p.m. EDT (10 a.m. PDT) on September 12.

However, the KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo also claimed the new iPhone will support faster charging, but fans will have to spend more money on a Lightning-to-USB-C cable and wall adapter for that feature.

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