Apple set to launch the next iPhone on September 12
Apple will unveil the next iPhone on September 12.
The company sent out invitations to the annual event with the tagline let's meet at our place.
Well, we usually sit and analyze the tagline and the image on the invitation, this one seems to be pretty simple.
It's a reference to the venue, This will be the first event held at the Steve Jobs theatre.
A 1000 seat venue at Apple park.
That's the new Apple campus in Cupertino, California.
Some Apple employees began moving into the main spaceship building at Apple Park in April 2017 but work has still been going on elsewhere on campus.
So, what can we expect from this event?
The next iPhone or iPhones to mark the 10th Anniversary of the handset's release.
We may also see a new Apple watch and get a closer look into the company's augmented reality efforts with AR Kit.
New operating systems, like iOS 11 and macOS High Sierra, were also Safe or large.
Hopefully we'll get more information on this Siri powered speaker home pod that's set to be released in December.
As usual, we'll have all the details in the lead up to the big day on CNET.com.
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