IPhone 8, 7S, and Apple Watch 3 Announcement Coming Mid-September?

Apple will launch its upcoming iPhones- including a rumored 10 anniversary model-and new Apple Watch models at a industry briefing on September 12, according to news reports based on information from people with knowledge of the company's plans.

The iPhone 8 and new Apple Watch 3 are expected to be unveiled soon so plenty of details are leaking more regularly, the latest is about wireless charging. Unlike previous years, Apple is set to announce three new iPhones this year.

September Event: A new report claims that Apple will launch its 2017 iPhone line next month, CNBC notes. (NASDAQ:AAPL) is expected to unveil its iPhone 8 at a product announcement on 12 September, reassuring investors and customers that the device is on track despite rumours of delays. But if the slow charging rumor sees the light, it seems that Apple is content to adopt this new feature only at the grass-root level.

Apparently, Apple's iPhone 8 will be the company's biggest smartphone launch in the last several years.

The new Apple Watch is also predicted by some to make an appearance and once again this is a device that that is expected to be pretty impressive and one that can work independently from an iPhone.

According to a new report, the 7s and 7s Plus handsets will be getting slightly larger to accommodate two new features. The 999-dollared (rumored) iPhone 8, which is being touted as the company's flagship, is expected to have a bevy of new features such as 3D face scanning and edge-to-edge OLED display.

Most importantly, Apple needs to bring the iPhone up to speed with recently-released Android devices. If rumors are to be believed, the iPhone 8 will be the most expensive iPhone model yet, with prices starting at over $1,000 (Rs.63,800 approx.). This date was previously reported as being likely as traditionally, Apple has announced its iPhones between the 6th and 12th of September.

Apple itself hasn't confirmed anything about a September event so far. We are expecting the iPhone 7s to retain current iPhone 7 level prices but the iPhone 8/iPhone X will be different.

  • Carolyn Briggs