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Report: iPhone 8 may be unveiled on 12th September

Apple has yet to send out invitations marking the September event

Report: iPhone 8 may be unveiled on 12th September
Apple is expected to release three new smartphones next month.

The Wall Street Journal (WSJ) has reported that Apple may unveil its upcoming smartphones on 12th September, which is the official date marking the tenth anniversary of the iPhone.

Apple is expected to release three new smartphones, iPhone 7S, iPhone 7S Plus and its anniversary iPhone, which is currently known as the iPhone 8.

The WSJ stated that Apple has scheduled a product announcement event, which may take place at Apple's newest headquarters, Apple Park.

Over the last few weeks countless of leaks have surfaced and the iPhone giant itself accidentally leaked details of the iPhone 8. Unfortunately for Apple, the firmware for its HomePod smart speaker contains code for iPhones which when analysed found that the iPhone 7S series will possibly have a wireless charging feature and the iPhone 8 will have a bezel-less display and 3D face scanning.

Apple is yet to announce the exact date and location of the launch, but with less than two weeks to go, the wait is almost over.

Related: New Apple iPhone 8 colour will be named ‘Blush Gold'

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