The iPhone 8's release date has been cemented. Apple is introducing its newest iPhone alongside the S iterations of the current models on September 12, according to the invites sent out to the press. Aside from the new generation of iPhones, Apple is also expected to showcase iOS 11 and the new Apple Watch and Apple TV. We may also get to hear more about the HomePod speaker.
The event is kind of a big deal for Apple as this year marks the 10th anniversary of the iPhone, hence why there is an iPhone 8. While the invites don't really reveal or hint what the company is planning for spectators, Business Insider reports that people are expecting something big aside from the new iPhones.
The event is happening for the first time at the Steve Jobs Theater in Cupertino, California. The mobile maker recently opened its new headquarters and on September 12, we'll finally get to see what's inside.
Every year, the mobile community searches for clues in the press invitations. This year, we don't have much except for the event details. The only thing mysterious about it is the multi-color logo featuring streaks of blue, orange, and pink, but those don't say much.