Apple is planning to launch the iPhone 14 at its next product reveal event on September 7, according to Bloomberg.
Finally, Apple fans now have a date to mark on the calendar as the tech giant generally hosts a major event in the first half of September.
The event will be streamed live, just like the previous ones Apple has held during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The iPhone 14 lineup, which is supposed to comprise the standard iPhone 14, a new big-screen iPhone 14, an iPhone 14 Pro, and an iPhone 14 Pro Max, will reportedly be unveiled by Apple at the event.
The Pro phones are reported to receive some of the more extravagant enhancements, including an always-on display, the newest A-series processor, and the removal of the notch in favour of a pill-shaped hole-punch cutout.
The iPhones that are unveiled at the event have in the past gone on sale soon after. Store employees have reportedly been asked to get ready for a launch of some sort on September 16.
You might want to get your wallet ready if you’re planning to upgrade.
At the presentation, the Cupertino-based company is also anticipated to introduce new Apple Watch models, as well as an upgraded rugged model and an upgraded Apple Watch SE.
Other products that Apple might unveil at the upcoming event include a new entry-level iPad without a headphone jack, the next generation of the AirPods Pro, which might support uncompressed audio, and more.