The rumor mill tends to go into overdrive in the days leading up to an Apple event. Apple recently confirmed that it’s going to conduct an event on September 12th. It’s likely going to unveil the new iPhone at this event. A couple of leaked images have surfaced online apparently showing iPhone 8 units being shipped to the United States.


China-based Foxconn is Apple’s oldest contract-based manufacturing partner. The mass produces the iPhone for Apple alongside many of its other products. The units are then shipping all over the globe, including the United States.

The images that have been leaked online today show nothing more than stacked pallets being shipped through Morrison Express, a logistics company based in California. The pictures are of a low resolution so it’s not possible to read what’s mentioned on the shipping manifest.

There’s circumstantial evidence, though such as the air pallets being meant for expedited delivery and that Morrison Express is a preferred expediter for tech companies based in California.

Apple hasn’t confirmed anything about its new smartphone as yet to it’s unclear when it will start taking pre-orders for it and when it’s going to be released. Reports suggest that the iPhone 8 will be released in the week of September 22nd.

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