Published: Mon, August 28, 2017
Sci-tech | By Carrie Guzman

Apple's iPhone event scheduled for September 12

Apple's iPhone event scheduled for September 12

Apple will announce three new iPhones and updated versions of its television and smartwatch on september 12, the Wall Street Journal reported. Assuming that's the case-last-minute production glitches could throw off the schedule-customers should be able to order about 10 days afterward.

However, questions remain over the company's ability to cater to the expected demand, similar to what happened when the iPhone 6 was launched that left many customers waiting weeks for their new phone.

Apple has yet not confirmed any reports or made any comments.

The Apple iPhone 8 is expected to include wireless charging, which will reportedly charge the device quicker than the current standard Lightning cable.

Earlier this year, analysts thought Apple might delay the iPhone 8 launch until November or December and possibly early 2018 due to supply constraints for the OLED display panel and other components.

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We've seen it before, but here it is again, a purported iPhone 8 component that's said to enable the handset's rumored wireless charging feature.

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Apple iPhone 7s, iPhone 7s Plus will continue with the metal chassis design, though the iPhone 8 will have a glass front and back design with a metal frame.

However what seems more likely is that there will be the iPhone, the iPhone Plus, and then the iPhone Pro, rather than having numbered phones this time around.

With the official launch of the handset looming, we've teamed up with Benjamin for this exclusive interview to share a detailed insight into what to expect from Apple this September. The traditional charging cable won't be there in the iPhone's latest updated version and it will rather use wireless charging-completely and strictly-no hard feelings, guys. AR will be supported by the iPad and iPhone, and developers are using an Apple technology called ARKit to create new apps that will debut in September. The Apple Watch is expected to be expanded to allow support for a wide variety of workouts.

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